Gwen Stefani's music career began with the band No Doubt, in which she was the lead vocalist.

Stefani performing "The Real Thing" during the Harajuku Lovers Tour in 2005

Stefani has been a coach on the reality TV show "The Voice," displaying her mentorship skills and musical expertise.

Stefani's impact on pop culture extends beyond music, with her distinctive looks and musical style inspiring many artists.

Stefani released her second solo album, "The Sweet Escape," featuring the hit singles "Wind It Up" and "The Sweet Escape," solidifying her status as a solo artist.

Stefani is known for incorporating elements of ska, reggae, and pop into her music, contributing to the popularization of these genres.

She has been involved in various charitable causes, including relief efforts for natural disasters and support for children's healthcare.

Stefani is renowned for her distinctive style and became a fashion icon, even launching her own fashion line, L.A.M.B.

Gwen Stefani