Gwen Stefani, the 3-time Grammy-Winning singer & actress is a professional since 1986 & has released 4 solo studio albums & 6 albums with No Doubt, which totals 30 million worldwide sales.
Ranked 13th among 100 Greatest Women in Music by VH1 in 2012, the Fullerton, California-born sang many hit songs like Don't Speak, Just a Girl, Hollaback Girl, The Sweet Escape, What You Waiting For? and Rich Girl.
The Screen Actor Guild Award nominee for the commercial-hit film The Aviator (2004) starring Leonardo DiCaprio & Cate Blanchett, Gwen also collects a huge sum through her high-end fashion line L.A.M.B.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, 50-year-old Gwen Stefani has a net worth of $150 million as of February 2020.
Gwen got limelight after she co-founded the American rock band No Doubt in 1986 & works as its lead vocalist since then. Moreover, her venture in the solo music career, which earned her 3 Grammy & 2 Billboard Awards aids in fortune build-up.
As per Forbes, in 2008, Stefani ranked #63 among the Celebrity 100 & was 10th highest-paid musician in the world, with $27 million annual revenue between June 2007 to June 2008.
Indeed, the music venture & her earnings from clothing line L.A.M.B played key-role to grab her the tag of a millionaire- she reportedly makes $27 million per year.
Also, The Aviator (grossed $213.7 million) actress got hands in a hefty fortune as the coach of The Voice ( for Season 7) replacing Christina Aguilera. As a judge of the show, she made around $13 million per season of the show.
In 1986, Gwen (lead vocalist) co-founded the band No Doubt alongside guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal, and drummer Adrian Young.
The band, following several lineup changes, released their debut album No Doubt on March 17, 1992; they got huge success after releasing Tragic Kingdom (1995) that became 10-time RIAA Platinum certified.
Some of their hit singles include Just a Girl, Don't Speak, Hella Good & It's My Life.
|Albums (with the band No Doubt)|
|No Doubt (1992)||332,000 copies (US)||$50,000|
|The Beacon Street |
|Tragic Kingdom (1995)||10-time RIAA Platinum||$14.26 million|
|Return of Saturn (2000)||RIAA: Platinum (1.587 million sales)||$3.077 million|
|Rock Steady (2003)||2-time RIAA Platinum||-|
|Push and Shove (2012)||115,000 copies (US)||$129,635|
Other albums sales with the band:
Aside from working with No Doubt, Gwen also made her solo career journey in 2003 & released the solo debut album Love. Angel. Music. Baby. on November 12, 2004.
The album became 3-time RIAA Platinum (worldwide sales was 15 million) & charted #7 in US Billboard 200 & its single What You Waiting For? became RIAA Gold certified.
Thereafter, she released 3 additional albums, totaling 4 that consisted of hit songs: Rich Girl, Hollaback Girl, Wind It Up, The Sweet Escape and 4 in the Morning.
|Albums (Solo)||Certification/ Sales||Earnings|
|Love. Angel. Music. Baby. (2004)||3-time RIAA Platinum||$7.665 million (in the US)|
|The Sweet Escape (2006)||RIAA Platinum||$2.885 million|
|This Is What the Truth Feels Like (2016)||76,000 copies (USA)||-|
|You Make It Feel Like Christmas (2017)||9,000 copies (USA)||-|
Reportedly, her video album Harajuku Lovers Live (2006) received ARIA: Platinum & earned $15,000.
Did you know? In 2007, she made $55 million in gross ticket sales through 100 solo concerts as per Forbes.
So far, Gwen has served as a coach in the singing competition TV series The Voice for 4 seasons (Season 7 in 2014, Season 9 in 2015, Season 12 in 2017 & Season 17 in 2019).
Stefani replaced Christina Aguilera in Season 7 & Season 9 of The Voice. In Season 12, she replaced Miley Cyrus & earned $12 million for the season, a rise from the previous payroll of $10 million.
For Season 17 (September 23- December 17, 2019), Gwen came in replacement of Adam Levine, joining Kelly Clarkson, John Legend & Blake Shelton as coaches.
Online sources report, The Sweet Escape singer earned between $14 million- $15 million for The Voice Season 17 & Nick Jonas replaced her in Season 18.
In 2003, Gwen took inspirations of Guatemalan, Japanese, and Jamaican styles & launched a high-end fashion line L.A.M.B.- its products are worn by Teri Hatcher & Nicole Kidman too.
Reportedly, within some years of the launch of L.A.M.B., it reportedly made $100 million per year through worldwide sales.
Moreover, she created a less expensive & glorified merchandise line called Harajuku Lovers in 2005.
She has released 5 different fragrances: Love, Lil' Angel, Music, Baby, and G (Gwen).
The L'Oreal (signed in 2011) spokesperson collaborated with Urban Decay & released a limited-edition cosmetic line in 2016. Also, under the label GX, with Tura Inc., she released eye wears too.
Currently, Gwen Stefani lives in Los Angeles with her boyfriend of 4 years, Blake Shelton, an American singer & fellow coach of The Voice.
In August 2019, the duo made highlights after they purchased a new house in Los Angeles, though, kept further details of the property low.
After a month following her move with Shelton, Gwen sold her 7-bedroom & 10-bathroom Beverly Hills mansion in October 2019 for $21.65 million to Sebastian Maniscalco, a veteran comedian.
The 15,018 sq. feet property was listed in the market for nearly 2 times after renovation, for $35 million & then again for $25 million before it was sold after a slash of $13 million of the original asking price.
Stefani still made $8.4 million in profits unloading the Beverly Hills resident; she had bought it along with (now) ex-husband Gavin Rossdale in 2006 for $13.25 million from entrepreneur Sam Nazarian.
Fun Fact: Gwen's Beverly Hills mansion was formerly acquired by Jennifer Lopez, who paid $4.3 million in early 2000 & later Sam bought it in 2017 before selling the house to Gwen.
The multi-millionaire singer & mother of 3 enjoys a lavish lifestyle with her mega fortune & is seen driving luxurious wheelies.
She has a collection of expensive cars: GMC Yukon, Rolls Royce Wraith, Porsche Panamera ($95,000), Mercedes G-Wagon & Maserati Quattroporte.
Quite often, the 5 ft. 6 inches tall singer shares snaps of herself & her children traveling in private jets too.
Gwen Stefani has active participation in charity works & often contributes to fundraising events for social aids.
In 2011, she donated $1 million to Save The Children after the Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami; & also, made an auction of her vintage wears from wardrobe & signed clothes for fundraising.
Stefani auctioned off the lacy black dress she wore at the amfAR gala during the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, which raised $125,000.
She also supports other non-profit organizations like:
Nicknamed Sunshine, the Brit Award-winning singer was in a marital relationship for 14 years with Gavin Rossdale, the lead singer & guitarist of English rock band Bush.
They met in 1995 after Gwen's band No Doubt & Gavin collaborated for a holiday concert at radio station KROQ.
After dating for years, they married on September 14, 2002, & welcomed 3 children, all sons: Kingston (born in May 2006), Zuma (August 2008) & Apollo (February 2014).
However, Gwen, on August 3, 2015, filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences & later finalized the divorce on April 8, 2016, on the term for "unequal split" of their assets.
Prior to Gavin, she was in a relationship with her No Doubt band member Tony Kanal (1987- 1993).
Meanwhile, Stefan is dating American singer Blake Shelton; the duo began dating in September 2015.
Did you know? Gwen & Gavin's first child, son Kingston's newborn photo was sold for $575,000 in 2006.
Gwen Stefani was born Gwen Renée Stefani on October 3, 1969, in Fullerton, California, USA. Her father Dennis Stefani worked as Yamaha marketing executive while mother Patti is an accountant-turned-homemaker.
The singer's elder brother Eric played in the band No Doubt but left in 1995 to pursue voice-over in The Simpsons. She also has 2 younger siblings named Jill and Todd.
An American by nationality, Gwen hails from Italian-American descent.