Retro Gwen Interview Featured In New Pop Culture Book

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Thanks to Rosie for sharing with us, but a past interview and feature with Gwen is in the new book, Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead: Journeys into Fame and Madness, which is in stores today. The writer used to work for Rolling Stone and The New York Times.

FOX News — Best-selling author , pickup artist and former celebrity journalist Neil Strauss has a new tell-all book about the secret life of celebrities he interviewed during his work as a pop culture expert for the New York Times and Rolling Stone.

While he may be known as a “pickup artist” following his 2005 New York Times Bestseller, “The Game: Penetrating the Society of Pickup Artists,” Strauss is releasing the refreshingly raw book “Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead” – comprised of dozens of candid and controversial interview transcripts with Hollywood’s hottest stars….

And despite her wild-child exterior, Strauss’s perception of “No Doubt” rocker Gwen Stefani was that of surprisingly traditional, wholesome young woman.

“You’ll meet my mom, and you couldn’t get more traditional. I was always a pretty passive person. I was a one-on-one person. I had my one best friend, and I didn’t have lots of girlfriends. I never have. I can still name all of my best friends: the three girls from growing up, my first boyfriend – who was the first guy I kissed – and then Tony (Kanal, fellow band mate and ex-boyfriend.) And that’s it,” Stefani told Strauss. “There’s not much before the band. I wasn’t doing drugs or having premarital sex or anything.”

One Reply to “Retro Gwen Interview Featured In New Pop Culture Book”

  1. She looks so cute!

    The premarital sex comment is kind of weird. I’m assuming she means she wasn’t having sex at a young age and not that she never had sex before marriage LOL

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