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Friday, February 02, 2007
Gwen Stefani wants her son Kingston to marry Angelina Jolie's daughter Shiloh when they grow up. The 'Wind It Up' singer is good friends with the 'Tomb Raider' actress and their children have been on several playdates together - sparking hopes of a future romance. Gwen told Elle magazine: "Kingston and Shiloh play together. They were like two little blobs when they met. Maybe they'll get married when they grow up? That'd be cute!" The 37-year-old pop star gave birth to Kingston, her son with British rocker husband Gavin Rossdale, in May last year. The 'Hollaback Girl' singer also revealed she competed against Angelina when they auditioned for the same role in 'Mr and Mrs Smith', the movie when Angelina fell for Shiloh's dad Brad Pitt. Gwen said: "I don't know if I almost got it, but I certainly put a lot of effort in. They were clearly looking for a certain girl, and you couldn't get more opposite than me and Angelina."
In other news, Gwen Stefani would have plastic surgery. Although she finds the modern obsession with cosmetic surgery "bizarre", the 'Wind It Up' singer has thought about getting some work done when she gets older. Gwen, 37, told Elle magazine: "Each to their own. I enjoy a great surgery TV show as much as anyone - I watched a lot of those shows while I was pregnant! But it's pretty bizarre that this is the stage where we're at - that you can place an order for how you're going to look. People take it pretty lightly, but it's a big deal. I've thought it over but I'm not at that stage yet."
The pop star - who gave birth to son Kingston last May - has also confessed she found it incredibly tough touring and working while she was pregnant. Gwen - who is married to British rocker Gavin Rossdale - said: "It was weird being pregnant in a fishbowl situation, especially on days when you feel really fat and disgusting and not cute. "Pregnancy was challenging in a way I didn't expect. I was on tour and I was so sick. It was like PMS times a million."
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