Since 2015, No Doubt has not been back for a reunion, and now might just be the best time, according to Gwen Stefani. The band came together for their last reunion in 2008, lasting a whole seven years. “Everyone’s doing it,” Steefani said, although she also said that it’s unclear what the future holds. “‘What are the odds of anything? I was just on The Drew Barrymore Show. She was one of my favourite celebrities when I was a little girl, and now I was just on the show with her,” the star said.
According to NME, “Next summer, Stefani will play a series of outdoor UK headline concerts including two opening shows for Pink at BST Hyde Park 2023 (June 24, 25). She will also take to the stage at Warwick Castle (June 23), Harewood House in Leeds (27), Bolesworth Castle in Chester (28) and Broadlands Estate in Romsey (29).”
Gwen Stefani parlayed her breakout stardom as the lead singer of the SoCal ska-punk outfit No Doubt, into an enduring career as a pop star. Stefani reached the top of the charts many times during No Doubt’s peak. “Spiderwebs,” “Just a Girl,” and the ballad “Don’t Speak” — all pulled from their 1995 album Tragic Kingdom — were enduring alternative rock hits.