Gwen Stefani gave fans an honest account of her "crazy" but miraculous year during Wednesday’s episode of Netflix’s Chelsea.
“When you have new music it’s such a miracle and to be able to go live with it… the songs become a whole other version of themselves,” Stefani told the comedian, speaking about her return to the limelight over the past several months.
“I never thought I would have new music. I never thought any of this stuff would happen. It’s the craziest year of my life," the pop star confessed, according to ET.
The former lead singer of No Doubt also talked about her duet with new boyfriend Blake Shelton.
“What happened was, the story is, that he had written the song and sent it to me on my phone. I was scared to listen to it,” she admitted. “I was like ,‘What if I don’t like it?’ And I listened to it and I’m like, ‘Oh my God, I love this.’ He said, ‘Write the rest of it.’ It was a time when I was really insecure about writing.”
It turns out she had nothing to be insecure about. The powerful duet turned out better than she could have hoped.