Celebrity Pomeranian: Gwen Stefani

By on July 25, 2013

05-231112-gwen-stefani-new-dog-lgnSinger, songwriter, fashion designer, dancer and occasional actress Gwen Stefani of No Doubt fame has added a precious Pomeranian to her family.

The fuzzy little light-brown poof ball adds the perfect touch to Stefani’s trendy style and always-stunning wardrobe. She’s been spotted several times dressed to the nines while carrying the little Pom under her arm.

Although no one seems to know the pup’s name, Stefani and her family – British musician husband Gavin Rossdale and their children Zuma and Kingston – brought the little ball of fur home in the fall of 2012. She and her family are often seen out walking the Pommy together.

The petite pup also typically accompanies Stefani when she picks her kids up from school or when she and her rocker husband are out and about running errands or grabbing coffee.

The 43-year-old Stefani, who appeared on the January 2013 cover of Vogue magazine, rose to stardom in the 1990s as the lead singer of No Doubt. She has since become a popular and powerful figure in the world of music and fashion.

No Doubt’s release of Tragic Kingdom in 1995 launched the band into the spotlight with popular hits such as “Just A Girl,” “Don’t Speak,” “Excuse Me Mr.” and “Spiderwebs.” The bands other albums, Saturn (2000) and Rock Steady (2001) were also popular. No Doubt won two Grammy Awards for songs on Rock Steady in two different years. “Hey Baby,” received Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal in 2002, and “Underneath It All” won the same award the following year.

During that time, Stefani also emerged as a solo artist, singing on Eve’s smash hit, “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” and Moby’s successful single, “South Side.” In 2004, she released her first solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby., which is also the name of her clothing line, L.A.M.B. She reunited with Eve for the popular “Rich Girl,” and had an even bigger hit with her “Hollaback Girl,” which was one of the most popular songs of the summer of 2005.

She won the World’s Best-Selling New Female Artist at the World Music Awards in 2005. Stefani’s next solo album, “The Sweet Escape” (2006) was also met with success with songs such as “Wind It Up,” and “4 in the Morning.” She made her film debut as sex symbol Jean Harlow in The Aviator (2004) starring Leonardo DiCaprio.

In 2012, the superstar reunited with her No Doubt bandmates and released Push and Shove – their first album together in almost 11 years. They started touring the album in late 2012 and made plans to hit the road this summer. However, the band has since postponed the tour to work on creating new music in the studio.

Stefani likes to give back, donating $1 million to Save the Children’s  Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. She also ran an auction on eBay in April 2011, allowing participants to bid on items from her personal wardrobe, her custom-designed clothing line and other items, with all proceeds benefiting the fund. Now, that’s a Pommy Mommy we like!


Peace, Love and Pomeranians

Pom Mom Jaime Mowers



Amanda says:

Lol! I was just listening to her music today!

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