Gwen Stefani Rocks ‘Shelton’ Necklace While Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of No Doubt’s ‘Tragic Kingdom’!!


The American rock band ‘No Doubt’ is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its album named ‘Tragic Kingdom’ this year. The member of the band includes Gwen Stefani has shown great gesture on the album’s anniversary and the other members join her too to celebrate the silver jubilee of ‘Tragic Kingdom’.

About ‘No Doubt’ band

The American band was formed in 1986 by Stefani who turns 51 this year along with the guitarist Tom Dumont, drummer Adrian Young and the bassist Tony Kanal. All three have shown their gestures through social media on this red-letter day for their band and the album.

Stefani posted a video thanking the fans all over the world who have shown their support to the band. She was wearing two necklaces, one showing her last name and the other necklace you can read the name ‘Shelton’, which portrays her boyfriend’s name, Blake Shelton.

She shared kind gestures by saying that she and her bandmates had no idea that the album would reach this height. Now wherever she goes, people can be seen praising the album and saying the album is their favorite.

She added that she still feels like a small girl from an Orange County but yeah with blessings of all around the globe. She thanked her mates too for making an album to see this day. In gesture, she has posted a video on her Instagram account where she shows her feelings. 

You can get a glimpse of the video here,


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Forever grateful that #TragicKingdom helped me find my voice as a songwriter ❤️❤️❤️ gx @nodoubt #JustAGirl

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She posted an old picture of her with the bandmates writing the caption “Thanks for 25 years with some hashtags”

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thanks for 25 years #tragickingdom @nodoubt gx @kroq #justagirl

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The other band members also joined Stefani in the celebration of the album’s anniversary. The bassist Tony Kanal shared two group photos of the band with the caption that they had no idea of what was going to happen when they were producing the song. He added that their life has drastically after that album. 

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We had already been a band for 9 years before Tragic Kingdom came out. We had no idea what was going to happen when we were writing these songs. Through all of the fun and challenging times, we were just a group of friends on a mission to express ourselves musically. Sometimes It felt like it was us against the world but our love for our band got us through it all. Every part of this album was real as fuck. The writing, the recording, the touring, the shows, doing press. All filled with joy, rawness, discovery, excitement, heartache, exhaustion, healing, gratification and beauty. No amount of time that passes will diminish the things we accomplished and experienced together. To everyone that embraced Tragic Kingdom and made it a part of their lives, you have my never ending appreciation and gratitude. You guys are incredible. You gave us the fuel to continue creating, keep playing, write more songs and release more albums. Happy 25th Tragic Kingdom to us all ❤️ 📸: I don’t know who took these photos. If you do please let me know so I can credit them.

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Adrian Young the drummer of the band has posted the poster of their band with thanking all the fans by a caption. 

Here is the post from Young,

Band guitarist Dumont doesn’t lag, he shared a photo of their chilling time in Hawaii in 1995, with surprising saying that he doesn’t believe that how these 25 years have passed.

Here you will get the post from Dumont, 


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Honolulu, Hawaii October 1995. L-R: Tony, Adrian, Gabrial, Gwen, Me, Stephen, Donnie. I can’t believe it’s been 25 years, in some ways it feels like yesterday, in some ways it feels like a distant dream. I started playing guitar with No Doubt in 1988. In ’92 we released our first album, and then in ‘93 we began writing songs for the follow up. We were all going to college & some of us worked jobs, and after almost 3 years of working on it, Tragic Kingdom finally came out on October 10, 1995. What I remember most is that despite the challenges, it was a very creative and magical time. Gwen, Adrian, Tony and I had real chemistry as bandmates and collaborators, and we discovered our voices as we wrote & recorded those songs together. I appreciate the friendships and camaraderie we shared in those years. We were passionate about our music, and the fact that Tragic Kingdom has touched so many people around the world is beyond what I could have ever imagined. Sometimes great things fall apart, which is a shame. Yet here we are, 25 years later. It is what it is, & I keep trying to make peace with that. I’m especially grateful to all those who helped us along the way, and most of all to those of you who enjoyed Tragic Kingdom and came out to the shows over the years. I’d love to do one more No Doubt tour, but it feels like that ain’t gonna happen. It’s bittersweet. In any case, what great memories, thanks all.

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