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Gwen Stefani ~ Harper's Bazaar USA September 2012

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Making of de la sesión de fotos de la cantante estadounidense Gwen Stefani para la portada de la revista Harper's Bazaar en su edición USA de Septiembre de 2012 fotografiada por Terry Richardson. With the new No Doubt album "Push and Shove" nearing release, Gwen Stefani garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the September 2012 issue of Harper's Bazaar magazine. The 42-year-old singer looked enchanting in a blooming wonderful Jil Sander gown with an Alexis Mabille Couture hat for the Terry Richardson shot front page while dishing about everything from the family/work balancing act to dealing with the tabloids. Highlights from Miss Stefani's interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Harper's Bazaar! On mixing career and children: "It's, like, the real deal, dude. It's superfun being a mom, but it's hard too. Finding that balance between work and family is the hardest thing I've ever done—by far." On her obsession with makeup: "I've always been a girl who loves to dress up. I already put my makeup on twice today: I put it on to take my kid to school, and then I went home, washed my face, and put it on again to have lunch with you. I like to make my husband like me more, and he likes it when I'm wearing makeup." On dealing with tabloids: "That someone would say something untrue or bad about me doesn't bother me. It's like water off a duck's back. None of that stuff matters. There's something in me, being this passive person, that those kinds of things don't upset me. I know they can say anything; they can just make something up. But what are you going to do? It's not part of my reality, so it's okay." On staying fit: "I hate talking about my body [all the time]; it's ridiculous," she says, referring to the number of times someone has asked how to get her six-pack abs. "There is no secret: You just have to eat healthy, work out, and torture yourself!" Jumping around onstage for a few hours for thousands of screaming fans is great cardio, and she says she hits the gym when her hectic mother-of-two schedule allows. "But it's more for my brain than it is for my body." Not that it's all about mental health. On how she stays sample-size: "I like to wear clothes too much, so I try to keep focused." On motherhood: "It's superfun being a mom, but it's hard too. Finding that balance between work and family is the hardest thing I've ever done—by far." http://www.harpersbazaar.com