Thanks to artificial sweetness, Gwen’s first single off 2006’s Sweet Escape, “Wind It Up,” came in at #60 on UK’s BBC’s list of 100 Most Annoying Pop Songs We Hate To Love. Aww, I guess that’s a compliment in a way…?
Ugh, I hate articles like this claiming that Gwen lost most of her early fanbase after going solo. It’s kind of hypocritical too that they are comparing her to rocker Chris Cornell who works with Timbaland, but whatever. Her name is mentioned a couple times in a new article about him from Lumino magazine. Yawn. […]
Found on nbclosangeles.com, apparently for one day only (today, February 6, 2009), the Hollywood Bowl is having a museum day, which is has backstage passes from Gwen on display, and happens to be a favorite. Of course, the focus is on the notably long and storied history of the fabulous, be-shelled Bowl, and the many […]
Rino Nakasone (a.k.a. Music from the Harajuku Girls) just put up her own website and she has a few rare personal photos of her and Gwen taken in 2005-2006. Click here for more
Just wanted to wish The Sweet Escape a happy birthday, Gwen’s second solo album was released 2 years ago, today! And here is a performance of Gwen’s “The Sweet Escape” on Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards with Akon from March 31, 2007, in my opinion, one of the cutest TV performances of the song.
With the U.S. economy tanking, we can’t help but to feel a little pessimistic about our future. We reverted to our inner 15-year-old, which happened to grow up in the go-go ’90s of excess and wealth (a.k.a. the Clinton years), and decide to make a mixtape of the songs that eerily foreshadowed our impending economic […]
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Source The 38-year-old singer – who is currently expecting her second child with husband Gavin Rossdale – insists she is too driven and motivated to give up her career and become a stay-at-home mother. She said: “I never want to stop working. I don’t want to disappoint people and that pressure is kind of healthy. […]