Gwen Stefani Says She’s Been Turning To Her Faith More Often These Days

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When things start to go bad, that’s when Gwen Stefani knows that she can turn to her faith to help her get through the day, week, month or even year. In fact, the 51-year-old hit makers says that she often leans on her faith during hard times. Here’s what she has to say.

In a new interview with The Today Show, Gwen talked about her gratitude for her privileges and her triumphs.

Gwen Stefani Says She’s Been Turning To Her Faith More Often These Days

“This is the thing, I always feel like this whole thing that we’re doing here, this life thing, is a test,” she said. “And basically, you get given all of these crazy challenges to trick you to think that maybe it’s not a test and maybe nothing good is going to be around the corner.”

Gwen also opened up about her painful divorce from her ex-husband Gavin Rossdale. “I had all those fetal positions for a while,” the star admitted. “I know that everything that happens in my life isn’t happening in time with what people see.”

She continued, “For me, I was turning to my faith right away. That was a seed that my mom planted in me when I was a little girl … it’s a journey. It’s almost like you get lost, it’s like you get lost on your journey. We all do and we all will and I will again at some point I’m sure.”

Gwen also says there is one piece of advice that she got from her good friend Pharrell Williams that she will never forget.

She recalled, “He said to me, ‘Once you open your eyes and you start looking, you will see. I know that sounds kind of vague but it was so real for me. I just started to focus on, ‘What is real? What is the truth? What is my purpose? What am I doing here?'”

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