Gwen Stefani is feeling nostalgic.
The pop star took to Instagram on Monday, giving her 16 million followers a flashback to when the star first became a celebrity during the No Doubt days.
The lead vocalist of the famous group, now 53 years old, shared a black and white photo of the early days of his career in Orange County. destined to become one of the GREATEST legendary ICONS in music history 🙌.”
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In the photo, Stefani displays a soft smile as she looks directly into the camera. She rests her chin on her fist as she wears beaded bracelets on both arms, a ring on her little finger, and a polka dot dress. Her chunky low-light signature blonde hair is tied in a ponytail, leaving two strands dangling around her face – she completes the look with some lipstick, eyeliner and ultra-thin brows that are reminiscent of the era.
Stefani wrote “Little old me 🙂 gx” in the post.
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Lots of fans instantly took to the comment section to praise the throwback photo and Stefani in general. One fan wrote, “It goes without saying, But So Gorgeous then and now!! 🔥💖”, another wrote, “It’s just as perfect now!” Miss those days! Bring back No Doubt please! 😢.”
The polka dot dress she wore in the old photo resembled the one she wore to celebrate her husband Blake Shelton, who was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame last week.
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While there, she wore another black and white polka dot dress with black dots on a white dress, the opposite of the dress on her throwback.
At the event, the singer gave a heartfelt speech for her love and honored Shelton with a star, saying that “it blows my mind to be here today”, referring to her and the “boys” son, Kingston, 16. , Zuma, 14, and Apollo, 9, “couldn’t be more proud.”
“There’s no one more authentic than this guy. He lives and breathes country music. He’s a country jukebox and it’s in his DNA,” he said. “He was born to do this and did nothing because he wanted to be a star. He’s always been a star.”