Posted on Tue Sep 25, 2012 06:00 AM PDT
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No Doubt paid a visit to The Ellen Degeneres Show to talk about their latest album Push & Shove, their first new effort in over a decade, and frontwoman Gwen Stefani revealed how different the recording process was with their children coming into the mix.
- It was challenging. We would get together like three times a week and I tried all versions, where I would be like oh, today I’m going to bring them with me. And that didn’t work. And then I’d go okay, today I’m not going to see them and then I’ll work all day and then I’ll be with them tomorrow. It was just chaos trying to figure it all out. Which is one of the reasons it took as long as it did. Because I have to do that and I want to do that. But Zuma is here today and he’s okay, right? He’s chill.
The spotlight then shifted to young Zuma, who showed that musical talent may run in the family when a clip depicted the 4-year-old jamming along with the band during their soundcheck earlier. The clip encouraged Ellen to ask about her kid's musical prowess, where Gwen didn't hesitate to reply with the cutest confession.
"Zuma is the one who is showing more interest in the guitar," the 42-year-old singer said. "But since he was tiny he always played the guitar. I mean he doesn’t really play the guitar but he thinks he does."
Catch No Doubt's full interview on Ellen this Tuesday.
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