There’s ‘no doubt’ that Gwen Stefani is a busy bee lately, what with her musical success, ‘The Voice’ and her hot romance with Blake Shelton — but does she feel like she’s missing out on her old band? See how Gwen feels about No Doubt replacing her with AFI frontman Davey Havok!
Gwen Stefani, 46, wears many hats, but having an explosive music career as a leading lady sometimes means leaving old friends behind. No Doubt has replaced their female lead singer with Davey Havok of AFI while Gwen is busy flying solo, and HollywoodLife.com has learned EXCLUSIVELY whether or not Gwen is mad about it!
Good news, Gwen fans — there’s no bad blood here! “Gwen was happy that Tony, Tom and Adrian have decided to form a band without her,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “There’s no animosity towards them, or likewise towards her. There was just a general acceptance that she needs to do her own thing, and so do they.” Good to know that we’re all adults here, right? Still, we can’t help but mourn the good ol’ days (after all, it’s where Gwen got her start).
There’s even hope for a future collaboration between Gwen and No Doubt, we’ve learned: “They haven’t ruled out working with her in the future. Far from it, they’re open to having her collaborate with them, if the song is right,” our source reveals. “They will always leave the door open for Gwen because they have so much love for her and are proud of what she achieved as a solo artist.” Amazing! Stream Gwen’s music now!
HollywoodLifers, isn’t it a little bittersweet that No Doubt is moving on without Gwen? Tell us what you think about it.