Gwen Stefani Feels ‘Triggered’ After 90’s Rock Performance on The Voice

by Halle Ames
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Music star and judge on The Voice, Gwen Stefani isn’t afraid to throw shade at her ex as a 90’s rock performance leaves her feeling “triggered.”

On last night’s episode of The Voice, judges were still adding potential artists to their teams during blind auditions. One singer’s performance, however, left Stefani feeling a little “triggered.” 

Aaron Scott, a 36-year-old rock singer, gave it his all last night but was not loved by all the judges. While both Blake Shelton and John Legend both hit their buttons to turn, Gwen Stefani and Kelly Clarkson did not.

“I’ve got to be honest, some of those 90’s songs are like a trigger for me,” Stefani jokes. “I probably have to go see my therapist after that. Thank you!”  

She continues, adding, “So I will just pass and over to you, Kelly. And I will just have a drink.” 

The subtle shade was in reference to her ex-husband, Gavin Rossdale, a rock singer. The two were married from 2002 until 2006 due to irreconcilable differences, although rumors of Rossdale cheating have been said. They have three children together. 

Rossdale, a 54-year-old London native, was the lead singer and guitarist for the rock band, Bush until their split in 2002. He later joined Institute, but after only a two-year career, he decided to go solo. 

The song in question, Hemorrhage by Fuel, actually isn’t a 90’s rock song, but 2000’s. Regardless, the song brought back painful memories of Rossdale. Stefani may have to put her differences aside, however, due to her current boo, Blake Shelton, adding Aaron Scott to his team. 

This isn’t the first time Stefani has thrown jabs at the ex-hubby. It was only last month that she posted a throwback photo of herself and Rossdale, but with Shelton’s head photoshopped on Rossdales instead. She captioned the photo, “#datenight@acmawards w my boo @blakeshelton gx.” 

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