No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani looks like she just left a runway in Milan on the September cover of Harper’s Bazaar. Inside the mag, Gwen opens up about her personal style, staying fit, balancing a career and motherhood, and more. “It’s super fun being a mom, but it’s hard too. Finding that balance between work and family is the hardest thing I’ve ever done by far,” she told the magazine.
The issue hits newsstands on August 21.
Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont better known as No Doubt rocked Good Morning America‘s Summer Concert Series on Friday (July 27).
The band, whose first album in 11 years, Push and Shove, arrives September 25, performed their latest single “Settle Down” and past hits including “Underneath It All” and “It’s My Life.” They also spoke about reuniting, recording their new album, life as parents and more with Lara Spencer and Sam Champion.
Check out New Doubt’s new video for “Settle Down,” the lead single from upcoming sixth album Push and Shove, due September 25. The video, directed by Sophie Muller, features the band rocking out on the bed of an 18-wheeler, product placement from the Gwen Stefani-endorsed L’Oreal, and brief appearance from her Harajuku girls.
Roc Nation’s Rita Ora takes her cue from Andy Warhol on the cover of AMMO magazine’s second annual ‘art + music’ issue. The talented Brit, whose debut album is expected later this year, shares her love of Harlem, talks fashion, and dishes on Beyoncè, Madonna and Gwen Stefani being her inspiration. Check out excerpts from the interview below.
As we hold our breath for her long overdue sophomore album and she steps back in the studio with No Doubt for a new album set for release in 2012, Gwen Stefani covers the November issue of InStyle Magazine.
In the cover story, Gwen talks about balancing her work with being a mother, and talks about her new Harajuku Mini line for Target. She also speaks on managing her career.
“At work I’ve learned how to delegate. You don’t have to be on a ladder in a warehouse, micromanaging. You can be at home. And teamwork is also such a big part of marriage and parenting.”
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