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A beautiful Gwen Stefani glitters up the cover of the January 2013 issue of Vogue, in a gold bolero and black trousers from Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane.
No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani, 43, is unstoppable! The fashionable singer revealed to Marie Claire magazine (Jan 2013 UK edition): "This past year, I kind of stopped working out. I think my body just needed a break. And so I did that and focused more on feeling good as opposed to beating myself up."
This is great news. For all of us who hate working out this is proof you don't need to "work out 7 days a week" to have a gorgeous body. If anything slaving your body with heavy weights and running may not be the best thing.
No Doubt have been forced to apologize and scrap their new music video.
The 'Settle Down' rockers - who recently reunited after an extended hiatus - have removed their new Native American inspired 'Looking Hot' music video from YouTube after it caused outrage among the indigenous community because it features Gwen Stefani wearing traditional clothing while being tied to poles and fighting cowboys.
The band apologized for the controversial content on their official website. They wrote: "As a multi-racial band our foundation is built upon both diversity and consideration for other cultures. Our intention with our new video was never to offend, hurt or trivialize Native American people, their culture or their history. Although we consulted with Native American friends and Native American studies experts at the University of California, we realize now that we have offended people. This is of great concern to us and we are removing the video immediately.
"The music that inspired us when we started the band, and the community of friends, family, and fans that surrounds us was built upon respect, unity and inclusiveness. We sincerely apologize to the Native American community and anyone else offended by this video. Being hurtful to anyone is simply not who we are."
The band - whose members also include Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont - released their new album 'Push and Shove' in September and 'Looking Hot' is the second official single.
Chris Brown and Rihanna have been sending messages to each other.
The couple split up in 2009 after Chris assaulted his then girlfriend but have kept in touch and after Rihanna reached out with a supportive message before his recent probation hearing, Chris texted Rihanna to compliment her on her latest single 'Diamonds'.
A source told HollywoodLife.com : "Chris heard the track and fell in love with it and started busting out a few moves of his own when he heard it. He [thinks] it's a hot...song and [he's] proud of Rihanna and her music.
"He texted her and was like 'Love 'Diamonds'. Am I shining enough?' and she replied back saying something like 'hell yeah.'"
While Rihanna has stated that in the past that she doesn't want the incident to hinder Chris' career, he is said to be supportive of her music too.
The source added: "He [wants] her album to do well, and [he's] supportive of her. He [likes] the art work too..."
Rihanna has also previously confessed to still loving Chris, despite his actions.
She said: "We went to a mutual friend's party on a yacht.
"It's awkward because I still love him. My stomach drops and I have to maintain this poker face and not let it get to the outer part of me."
Meanwhile, singer/fashion lover Gwen Stefani showed off her young 42 year-old self for a photoshoot for the October 2012 of Marie Claire.
Gavin Rossdale says "nobody cared" about his solo career.
The Bush frontman formed new band Institute after the group originally split in 2002, and after that failed made a solo album, 2008's 'Wanderlust', but now admits it was a mistake.
Referring to Bush's breakup, Gavin told Classic Rock magazine: "There were no fireworks. It was almost like the air being sucked out of a building.
"There was a side-project [Institute], and then a solo career, by default - that was almost a douche-bag route; who cares about singers making solo records? I needed to be in Bush again."
Bush had big hits in the US with their albums 'Sixteen Stone', 'Razorblade Suitcase' and 'The Science of Things' but split after guitarist Nigel Pulsford left and sales declined.
Nigel and original bass player Dave Parsons both declined to return when the band reformed in 2010, and released new album 'The Sea of Memories' the following year.
Gavin said he's not upset the founding member of the group hasn't returned, saying: "I haven't even missed Nigel not being in the band. It couldn't be more normal. Nigel just doesn't want to work anymore, he's never coming back."
No Doubt have made "the album of our lives".
The 'Don't Speak' hitmakers are confident their first record in eleven years, 'Push and Shove', is worth the wait and are "so proud" of the finished product.
Singer Gwen Stefani told Billboard.com: "We would've loved for it to come out sooner.
"At the same time, we realized the people that care about us, that have given us our lives, are out there waiting for us, so what does it matter if it's a month here or a month there?
"As long as we make the record of our lives that we are so proud of. Otherwise, why put something out?"
The band credit their 2009 reunion tour with giving them the confidence and inspiration to return to the studio, as they realized their solid fan base was willing to stick by them.
Bassist Tony Kanal added: "We had writer's block up until that point. When we did that tour, it was the waking of the dead.
"Not only did we get our confidence back, on top of that it gave us the feeling of not needing to rush.
"All these amazing people were still coming out to see us, so we thought, 'Let's make the best record we can make now. We wouldn't have this record if we didn't do that tour."
Gwen, 42 - who has sons Kingston, six, and four-year-old Zuma with her husband Gavin Rossdale - praised Tony for being the glue that kept the band together and feeling motivated.
Gwen said: "We needed somebody to be that team leader that could wrangle us all together and would be the one we could go to behind their back and be like, 'Make sure these guys don't f**k it up.'
"He was so good at that and making us feel confident and move forward. He gets us. He's like family."
No Doubt's new album - the first since 2001's 'Rock Steady' - is released on September 24 in the UK and September 25 in the US.