Like that of her spiritual mommies Madonna and Debbie Harry, Gwen Stefani's appeal knows few boundaries. Credit a comfort level with "exotic" subcultures (and the savvy to tweak them for the masses), bottle-blond hair, and a mixture of cool and accessible. The latter is abundant in Gwen's confessional lyrics. Her band might be No Doubt, but naked admissions like "Simple Kind of Life" 's "Sometimes I wish for a mistake" suggest that Gwen is riddled with anxiety. Those neurotic touches are endearing, and indicate that—despite money, looks, and style—Gwen probably checks out her ass in her Galliano jeans and asks, "Gavin? Do these... More >>>