Gwen Stefani gives Blake Shelton haircut during TV interview

Gwen Stefani gave her partner Blake Shelton a haircut during a TV interview on Monday. The country music star, who is self-isolating at his home in Oklahoma, was in the middle of a video interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon when former …

Gwen Stefani gave her partner Blake Shelton a haircut during a TV interview on Monday.

The country music star, who is self-isolating at his home in Oklahoma, was in the middle of a video interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon when former No Doubt singer Gwen appeared with clippers to buzz the sides of his burgeoning mullet.

“We’re pretty self-sufficient out here. As a matter of fact, we actually had a schedule that we had lined up for today and I don’t think we can put it off any longer, so…” Blake said, before Gwen came into shot.

The Hollaback Girl star then began to tidy up the sides and added: “I’m going to be helping Blake grow out his mullet, so we had already scheduled that today is haircut day. I’ve got my clippers and my attachments.”

After closely shaving the sides, Blake asked her to take his cut one step further by buzzing the initials “J” and “F” – for Jimmy Fallon – into the side of his head.

“She just said they’re not showing up very well because of the grey (hairs),” Blake joked, as Gwen said, “Oh, no… that looks terrible.”

Reacting to the look, Jimmy told the singer, “Dude, you are so Tiger King right now. You have no idea,” referring to the popular Netflix documentary series.

Blake, who sported a mullet cut during his youth, recently decided to let his typically short hair grow out during his forced downtime amid the coronavirus pandemic, after the public health crisis led to the postponement of his Friends and Heroes Tour.

However, Gwen previously mocked the hairstyle during a September appearance on U.S. TV show Late Night with Seth Meyers, and insisted: “I never, never thought I’d get the opportunity to be with someone that has a mullet, or had a mullet! Can you believe it? He actually had that haircut! He thought that was great.”

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Katharine McPhee gives David Foster haircut on Instagram Live

Katharine McPhee recently gave her husband David Foster’s hair a trim during an Instagram Live session.The couple has been staging daily mini-concerts on social media while in self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic, and on Wednesday, the Smash …

Katharine McPhee recently gave her husband David Foster’s hair a trim during an Instagram Live session.

The couple has been staging daily mini-concerts on social media while in self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic, and on Wednesday, the Smash star revealed she had stepped up and become a barber to give the veteran musician a much-needed tidy-up.

After introducing viewers to the live stream, McPhee recapped what they had been up to since their last online gig.

“The update is I cut your hair,” she said as she turned to Foster, and then pulled out a pair of scissors to trim his locks a little further.

“She did an amazing job – look at this!” Foster gushed, as McPhee explained, “It’s just a minor adjustment.”

“She did a great, great job,” the 70-year old-continued. “My hair was getting so long. I was starting to look like Einstein!”

McPhee and Foster aren’t the only celebrities giving each other at-home haircuts. Gwen Stefani recently helped style her boyfriend Blake Shelton’s new mullet by shaving stripes into the side of his head, while Ryan Reynolds revealed his wife Blake Lively was going to cut his hair shortly.

However, he joked that he wasn’t too thrilled about the idea since her first attempt wasn’t a success.

“She’s done this once before. It took two and a half hours. And then at the end, it looked like she had done the whole thing using only a lighter or like those gloves that are made of sandpaper,” the 43-year-old deadpanned. “It would have been a little faster and more efficient if she’d just wore it down, if she’d just rubbed my head until the hair just disappeared.”

Pink also realised the downsides of DIY hairstyling after she gave herself an uneven buzz cut.

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Gwen Stefani tries to style Blake Shelton’s lockdown mullet

Gwen Stefani has shaved stripes into the side of boyfriend Blake Shelton’s head to help style his new mullet.The country superstar, who sported the dated cut during his youth, recently decided to let his typically-short hair grow out during his forced …

Gwen Stefani has shaved stripes into the side of boyfriend Blake Shelton’s head to help style his new mullet.

The country superstar, who sported the dated cut during his youth, recently decided to let his typically-short hair grow out during his forced downtime, after the coronavirus pandemic led to the postponement of his Friends and Heroes Tour.

“I am growing my mullet back as a symbol of hope or some s**t like that…,” he declared on Twitter earlier this month. “Anyway it’s coming back! For real. Stay tuned…”

On Thursday, Shelton showed off his work-in-progress in a video clip on Twitter, revealing his 50-year-old girlfriend had stepped in to try and improve his changing image.

“Quarantine mullet update 3/26/2020,” Shelton captioned the post. “@gwenstefani has decided to take it to the next level.. Stripes.”

The couple is also keeping busy in self-isolation by dressing up in matching camouflage outfits, with the No Doubt rocker even donning a pair of comfy Crocs bearing the same design.

“Our first quarantine photo shoot…,” the country singer quipped as he shared a picture of the pair posing for the camera.

The Voice U.S. judge isn’t the only celebrity making a hairstyle change during self-isolation – Pink recently took to Instagram to show off her new uneven buzz cut after deciding to give her hair a trim during a drunken night at home.

“Stay safe. Stay home. Cut your own hair! Screw it!” she joked.

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Blake Shelton bringing back mullet hairstyle

Blake Shelton is planning on bringing back his old mullet hairstyle. The country music star, who sported the iconic look in the early 2000s, announced to fans on Twitter on Tuesday that he was bringing back the hairstyle, in which the hair is cut shor…

Blake Shelton is planning on bringing back his old mullet hairstyle.

The country music star, who sported the iconic look in the early 2000s, announced to fans on Twitter on Tuesday that he was bringing back the hairstyle, in which the hair is cut short at the front but left long in the back, as a “symbol of hope” amid the global coronavirus crisis.

“I have an announcement. With basically EVERYTHING I had scheduled being cancelled for the foreseeable further @gwenstefani and I have made a decision together,” he tweeted. “I am growing my mullet back as a symbol of hope or some s**t like that. Anyway, it’s coming back! For real. Stay tuned…”

Gwen Stefani, who has been dating the musician since 2015, is yet to publicly confirm if she is onboard with Blake’s mullet plan, but one of his fellow judges on The Voice U.S. seemed keen on the idea.

“I think this may be the cure we’ve been searching for!” John Legend tweeted.

However, the announcement divided his fans, with one user writing, “Don’t do it cowboy. You look way better with short hair,” and another posting, “Please say this is a joke.”

Others were more supportive though, with one tweeting, “We will need weekly updates! Great idea!”

Blake, who was named People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2017, famously sported a mullet for the first few years of his career before chopping off the long locks and going for a short look.

During a 2017 appearance on America’s TODAY Show, the 43-year-old looked at throwback pictures of himself with the mullet and couldn’t help but laugh at his old hairstyle.

“I mean, that is ridiculous… Why didn’t my family or friends or somebody tell me how stupid I looked?” he responded.

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Gwen Stefani’s love of bindis was sparked by her bandmate’s mother

Gwen Stefani’s love of wearing bindis in the 1990s was inspired by her bandmate’s mother.The Hollaback Girl singer was famous for her quirky ensembles throughout the decade and often topped off her looks with a bindi, or a bright dot in the centre of t…

Gwen Stefani’s love of wearing bindis in the 1990s was inspired by her bandmate’s mother.

The Hollaback Girl singer was famous for her quirky ensembles throughout the decade and often topped off her looks with a bindi, or a bright dot in the centre of the forehead worn by people across the Indian subcontinent, when attending red carpet events.

Reflecting on the time she wore a bindi to an MTV awards show, Gwen noted she was influenced by the ensembles worn by her No Doubt bandmate Tony Kanal’s mum.

“I was so unbelievably fascinated by Indian culture at the time, because Tony Kanal, who was my boyfriend at the time, he’s the bass player of No Doubt, is Indian,” she commented. “And I, growing up in Anaheim (in California), had never spent any time with anyone from India… his mom would come down the stairs to go to these Indian parties all dolled-up with the bindi, jewellery, and these beautiful fabric dresses with patterns and gold.

“I would just be like, ‘I’ve never seen anything like it.’ So, she gave me a lot of bindis and I was like, ‘Hey, what’s up? Boop (on my forehead).'”

Gwen went on to remember how one of her go-to outfits in the mid-1990s was a pair of satin leopard print trousers along with a plain white tank top.

“I pretty much only wore tank tops my whole life. I don’t know why? I just thought they looked cool. I had to be a little bit tomboy and a little bit glamorous. And that was just kinda like the vibe for myself,” the 50-year-old smiled.

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Gwen Stefani’s iconic ’90s pink hair was an accident

Gwen Stefani didn’t mean to dye her hair bright pink prior to an event in the late 1990s.The Hollaback Girl singer has changed her hair colour many times over the course of her career, but one of her most memorable looks has to be the hot pink shade sh…

Gwen Stefani didn’t mean to dye her hair bright pink prior to an event in the late 1990s.

The Hollaback Girl singer has changed her hair colour many times over the course of her career, but one of her most memorable looks has to be the hot pink shade she rocked in December 1999 shortly after her breakup from No Doubt bandmate Tony Kanal.

Reflecting on the shade in an interview for Vogue’s Life in Looks video series, Gwen shared that she had actually wanted a very light pink hue.

“It’s so true, if you go through like a breakup or a really big change in your life, sometimes you go ahead and change your hair to (help) wash those feelings out. At that time, there was really only one brand you could get, it was Manic Panic,” she recalled. “I wanted my hair to be like cotton candy, light pink. I had this vision of what I wanted and I ended up with fuchsia pink hair for like a year.”

Gwen went on to share that she was greatly influenced by Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry’s style at the time too, and was also adjusting to getting braces on her teeth.

“The braces were like me coming home (from a large tour) and being like, ‘You see this money I got? Boom, I’m getting braces, finally!'” the 50-year-old smiled.

Elsewhere, Gwen spoke about another one of her dramatic transformations – the time she dyed her hair blue for the MTV Video Music Awards in 1998. The star topped off her quirky look with a blue fur bikini top and a shiny skirt with matching trousers.

“Somebody had sent me this product which was a gel that you put in your hair and it turns your hair a colour and it was blue. It was a paste. I was really inspired by Judy Jetson from (TV cartoon) The Jetsons, sort of, in this moment,” she shared. “I had met this girl through my manager who made clothes and so she made this little skirt for me. The shoes, somebody had literally just sent them to me, and same with the bathing suit top.”

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Gwen Stefani defends Harajuku Girls era in face of cultural appropriation claims

Gwen Stefani has defended her Harajuku Girls era against claims of cultural appropriation.The singer embraced the unique fashion style, which is a fusion of the country’s sub-cultures, and also invited a troupe of dancers, known as The Harajuku Girls, …

Gwen Stefani has defended her Harajuku Girls era against claims of cultural appropriation.

The singer embraced the unique fashion style, which is a fusion of the country’s sub-cultures, and also invited a troupe of dancers, known as The Harajuku Girls, to work with her in the mid-2000s.

Gwen came under fire for using the dancers and singing about the culture in her solo track back in 2004, but the 50-year-old has now revealed that she has no regrets and didn’t think it would be offensive.

“When it first came out, I think people understood that it was an artistic and literal bow down to a culture that I was a superfan of,” she told Billboard. “So, it was my fantasy. When the Harajuku Girls came out, it was like, you’re not even real, you’re a dream. It wasn’t like, ‘You’re not real because you’re Asian.’ Are you kidding me? That would be horrifying!”

The former No Doubt frontwoman went on to explain that she even called the four dancers Love, Angel, Music and Baby, which was the title of her debut solo album.

“When people asked me about it during radio interviews, I told them this was all a concept and we were having fun. By the way, the girls were cast to be dancers – that’s all. We went to Nobu in London and we talked about the concept of the record and I showed them my style bible,” Stefani added.

Additionally, the Cool hitmaker said she used the Harajuku style because she was in awe of it after visiting Japan when she was in her early twenties.

“When you’re from Anaheim (California) and never travelled outside of your city until you’re 21 years old, it was really crazy to go to Japan,” she added. “When I got there and saw how fashion-obsessed they were, I thought they were my people, because my style was so unique.”

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Gwen Stefani honours mum and grandma as she collects People’s Choice Fashion Icon award

Gwen Stefani thanked her mum and grandmother for giving her their sense of style as she picked up the Fashion Icon honour at the People’s Choice Awards on Sunday night.The pop star revealed her matriarchs influenced her look and inspired her love of fa…

Gwen Stefani thanked her mum and grandmother for giving her their sense of style as she picked up the Fashion Icon honour at the People’s Choice Awards on Sunday night.

The pop star revealed her matriarchs influenced her look and inspired her love of fashion as she hit the stage to collect her honour in Santa Monica, California.

“I always loved fashion, it was one of those instinctual things,” the 50-year-old said. “My mom would come home from school and my grandmother would have made her prom dress.”

Her designer pal Jeremy Scott was on hand to salute her at the awards show, insisting Gwen’s designs “always have a piece of her in them”, and adding, “She has never forgotten who she is or who we are.”

The former No Doubt frontwoman wowed in a blush Vera Wang gown with a huge black bow and walked the red carpet with boyfriend Blake Shelton, who was wearing jeans and brown boots.

She also discussed what it was like to have fans of No Doubt copying her style.

“I can remember being on the tour bus with No Doubt and looking out the window… and seeing myself and going, ‘Wait a minute, that girl’s copying me!” Gwen told E! News host Giuliana Rancic. “To have someone copy me was just bizarre – and it’s a great feeling, especially when you’re designing as well.”

Stefani, the brains behind fashion brands L.A.M.B. and Harajuku Lovers, later revealed she would be handing her trophy to her 11-year-old son Zuma.

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Gwen Stefani was ‘really confused’ when she dyed her hair pink

Gwen Stefani was “really confused” and going through a rough patch when she dyed her hair fuchsia pink during the 1990s.The 50-year-old singer opened up on her iconic looks over the years in a new interview for Vogue’s Life in Looks video series and ex…

Gwen Stefani was “really confused” and going through a rough patch when she dyed her hair fuchsia pink during the 1990s.

The 50-year-old singer opened up on her iconic looks over the years in a new interview for Vogue’s Life in Looks video series and explained that she was going through big changes when she transformed her locks from blonde to pink for an appearance at the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards in 1999.

“It’s so true: if you go through a breakup or a really big change in your life, sometimes you go ahead and change your hair to try to, I don’t know, wash whatever feelings those are out of your hair,” Gwen candidly shared.

“I was really confused at this time,” she added. “I was 29 years old. I was really confused about my relationship. I didn’t know who I was. I had come off a long long tour. I had gotten famous. I got to buy a house. I got to move out of my parent’s house. So much had happened.”

At the time, the singer was the frontwoman of rock band No Doubt, who had shot to worldwide fame following their massive hit Don’t Speak in 1995.

Despite her new fame, Gwen admitted that she didn’t even have a stylist and dyed her hair pink using an at-home dye kit.

“I didn’t have any budgets. I didn’t have a stylist. It was literally on my own with all guys. I wanted my hair like cotton candy light hair. I had this vision of what I wanted and I ended up with fuchsia pink hair for like a year,” she stated.

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Gwen Stefani was stunned by transformation for debut U.S. Vogue cover

Gwen Stefani doesn’t recognise herself when she sees images from her first photoshoot for U.S. Vogue.The Hollaback Girl singer had her make-up done by Pat McGrath and was photographed by Steven Meisel for the April 2004 issue of the fashion publication…

Gwen Stefani doesn’t recognise herself when she sees images from her first photoshoot for U.S. Vogue.

The Hollaback Girl singer had her make-up done by Pat McGrath and was photographed by Steven Meisel for the April 2004 issue of the fashion publication, with the cover image depicting her posing in a monochromatic striped dress and heavy 1930s-inspired cosmetics.

However, in an interview for Vogue’s Life in Looks video series, Gwen noted that she is amazed by her transformation for the photoshoot.

“I had just done The Aviator movie and I think the make-up was kinda influenced by that, like the way the eyebrows were. I look at the photo and (think), ‘Who is that?’ I don’t even think it looks like me,” she reflected. “Interestingly, they put me in the stripes which is something that’s been a signature of mine for along my journey, and still is.”

Gwen then recalled how the photoshoot took place over an entire weekend and how she had a two-day fitting prior.

And while she was a little “relieved” once it had finished, the star did appreciate all she learned about the relationship between art and fashion on the set.

“It was like an event. I was used to having so much control over my look and what I did and was really quite anti-fashion magazine when I was growing up because as a kid I just felt like I was alienated (from that world). It was like, ‘You can’t get that stuff, that’s for rich people, those things aren’t real,'” the 50-year-old commented. “Of course, I was just naive and I didn’t know, what I love about Vogue and what I love about being able to do the cover of Vogue, is being able to collaborate with so many talented people (and) learn about art, you know, art through fashion. And I think that this was that experience.”

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