Gwen Stefani: That would be a different story!’ told Gwen Stefani after revealing that he had examined ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith ‘
Singer and songwriter Gwen Stefani has revealed that she has been tested by ‘Mrs. Smith’s part in the 2005 hit film Mr. & Mrs. Smith. A later role, however, played by Angelina Jolie.
The Rich Girl crooner, 52, who appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, recalled that she almost won the role Jolie played against Brad Pitt in Mr. & Mrs. Smith.
During a episode of Burning Questions on DeGeneres’ program, he was asked by the broadcaster, “What role did the movie play that you were surprised by?”
Responding to the question, the Luxurious singer said she entered the 2005 film, adding, “Angelina hit me!”
“Wow, that would have gone a very different way,” said DeGeneres, with Stephen laughing, “That would be a different story!”
However, according to the magazine PEOPLE, this is not the first time that Stephen has been able to present a test of his performance.
In a 2008 interview with Vogue, the Don’t Speak singer said, “It was between me and Angelina Jolie, and I was like, ‘Oh, well. I got a gun here.’
AXS called Stephen “powerhouse” which has a variety of “amazing”. The New York Times regarded Stephen’s remarks as “an immodest way” and praised him for “kicking off the vibrato’s addiction”. The IGN described Stephen as “a unique voice”. The Chicago Tribune reported that Stephen was “brash alto”.
Stephen’s debut album Love. An angel. Music. Baby. took over a variety of genres of the 1980s, including electropop, new wave, dance-rock, hip hop, R&B, soul, and disco music. Stefani cited former Madonna, Lisa Lisa, Club Nouveau, Prince, New Order and Cure as major influences on the album. Several album tracks are for clubs, and they contain electro beats for dancing. Referring to the fashion and wealth of the album, the artist cuts down on the name of a few designers who considered inspiration for his own work, such as John Galliano and Vivienne Westwood. His second studio album Sweet Escape is similar in music to its predecessor as it explores modern pop sounds, playing mostly genres such as dance-pop and rap. It ran similar themes developed in Love. An angel. Music. Baby., And was criticized for doing so.
This Is What He Heard, the artist’s third album, continued the efforts of Stephen and pop, while incorporating music from a variety of genres including reggae, disco, and dancehall, and use of guitars. Stephen’s words change the course of his life, including his divorce from Rossdale, and his new relationship with Shelton.