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Gwen Stefani talks undergoing ‘period of anger’ after Gavin Rossdale’s alleged affair with nanny

1 April 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Gwen Stefani has sat down with Vanity Fair and the mother of three talked about her past and her current relationships.

The “Used To Love You” singer has talked about her hit single as well as what she felt when reports have surfaced alleging her ex-husband Gavin Rossdale cheating with their former nanny, Minday Mann. She shared, "I went through a real period of anger, but I felt like this song was almost like a forgiveness song. It's admitting, I used to love you and now I don't."

According to reports, the main reason behind the split of Rossdale and Stefanie was his alleged affair with Mann. It was reported before that Stefani knew about the affair via a text message that was synced to one of their children’s iPad.

She pointed out that she made the things she felt about the divorce and all as her channel to writing again. She noted that she thought she will not be having a successful music career anymore and that her new album is just her being honest and real.

The girlfriend of Blake Shelton also revealed that after ending her 13-year marriage, she felt scared and insecure and thought that it was over for her noting that the hardest thing to do for her was to get out of bed and go to the studio.

The singer has recently released her third solo album, which is entitled “This Is What the Truth Feels Like.” It is one of her most talked about projects as of late and it also tackles her journey on finding new love.

The mother of three shared, "I feel like I'm in an amazing songwriting place; instead of being closed off, I'm thinking about positivity and how I can do something creative. I'm just doing what I want to do. It's so incredible to be in that zone. I'm always looking for the next song, and now I don't have to be insecure or write about heartache."