Gwen Stefani opens up about the reformation of No Doubt

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Gwen Stefani discussed No Doubt’s reunion at Coachella in a new interview.

Nearly two weeks after No Doubt announced they would perform for the first time in nearly 10 years at Coachella, Gwen Stefani has spoken out about the surprise reunion.

A few hours before the Coachella 2024 lineup was revealed, the four members of No Doubt published a video on social networks, thus casting doubt on the possibility of a new concert together, a first since 2015.

It happened so quickly, and it’s my favorite kind of thingStefani told People. And I think seeing the internet explode with the excitement of the fans… It’s inspiring. »

She continued: “ It’s going to be cool. It’ll just be going on stage and doing what we always do, which is playing our music and trying to connect and be grateful that we had this amazing career that we never expected to have. »

It is not yet known if the No Doubt reunion will only take place at Coachella or if a tour is planned. “ We haven’t figured out how we’re going to do this yet, but we’re all very excited “, Stefani told People.

However, Stefani has already been announced as a headliner at the Cali Vibes festival in her native Orange County in February, and this solo concert is being billed by organizer Goldenvoice (who also manages Coachella) as a ” special night performance “. Before that, Stefani will once again perform solo at a pre-Super Bowl show in Las Vegas, sponsored by Tik Tok and the NFL.


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