Songstress Gwen Stefani said that her children usually do not get involved in what their mother is doing. A text message from her son surprised her.
As reported by People, Gwen Stefani was ready to kick off her Las Vegas residency show when she received a message from her 12-year-old son, Kingston, wishing her good luck on Wednesday.
Stefani was still emotional about the text from Kingston after performing in her first of 25 'Gwen Stefani - Just a Girl' shows. She said that the fact that Kingston thought about her brought tears to her eyes.
The Hollaback Girl singer said that she was excited to see Kingston at one of her shows and believed that he would love the show. Read more about Gwen Stefani on our Twitter account @amomama_usa.
On the opening night of her show, one of her children, 4-year-old son Apollo, attended Stefani's live show. He was sitting in the audience with Stefani's boyfriend and country singer Blake Shelton.
Kingston and his brother, 9-year-old Zuma, were busy attending the summer school but planned to participate in one of Stefani's show sooner than later.
The 48-year-old singer admitted to People that her children do not take a lot of interest in her work and hence the text from Kingston was more memorable.
Although Stefani did not know how to incorporate him backstage, she had to find a job for him with the crew.
She recalled Zuma helping her out backstage. He also joined the band and the entire crew for the final bow after the show was over.
Stefani said that the opening night of her show was a memorable one. It was the first time when she sang an entire set in a row. The Voice coach mentioned falling back on her schedule due to issues with arrangements.
However, the show went according to the plan, and Stefani believed it to be a miracle to be able to pull it off. She said that she was happy and grateful to the people that made the show happen.
Her show 'Gwen Stefani - Just a Girl' will run through March in 2019 at the Zappos Theater located at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas on the Las Vegas strip.