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“ It’s hard to describe this crazy journey “

Award-winning singer-songwriter Gwen Stefani opens up about how heartbreak has inspired her latest work, and how she’s stronger than she’s ever been

Gwen Stefani

Selling 30 million albums worldwide and being named recently as one of the top 100 Greatest Women in Music, you might expect Gwen Stefani to be bold or maybe guarded, but far from it. She doesn’t hold back when it comes to opening her heart, and she speaks with a surprising candour that leaves you with the impression that you’re tapping into her deepest feelings.

We catch up with Stefani in Los Angeles. She has been on an emotional rollercoaster over the past year. Following her traumatic split from Bush frontman, Gavin Rossdale, she found love again with country star, Blake Shelton, while working on The Voice together. Now, 20 years after the debut of Stefani’s band No Doubt [that she started with her older brother Eric], and a successful solo career, this three-time, Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter has released her third solo album – This Is What The Truth Feels Like – inspired by coming to terms with the end of her 14-year marriage to Rossdale. The album shot to number one upon its release. Stefani is one of only five women who has a number-one album as both a solo artist and as a member of a group..

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