Gwen Stefani pledges future to No Doubt reunion

Singer says she will not be making any more solo albums

Gwen Stefani pledges future to No Doubt reunion

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Gwen Stefani has pledged her future to the reunion of No Doubt, declaring that her solo career is over.

When the ska-pop band went on a long hiatus after their most recent album, 2001's 'Rock Steady', Stefani released two pop-heavy solo albums, 'Love Angel Music Baby' and 'The Sweet Escape'.

Now, talking to Entertaiment Weekly, the singer has said she will not be making any more solo records.



Stefani said: "That was a moment in time. It went on a little longer than we all thought it would, because it was inspired and you have to do with wherever you're at in that time of your life... [But] everything works out how it should."

It has been two years since No Doubt reunited for a US tour with no news of a new album. However, the singer teased that the band would be announcing their future plans this Friday (June 10).

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