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    Gwen Stefani Was Asked If She Was A Republican Or Not, And We Finally Have An Answer

    People have been wondering for years, and Gwen has an answer for you.

    There aren't many out and proud Republicans in Hollywood.

    There's that one Baldwin brother, the one that's Hailey Bieber's dad:

    He tweets about Hollywood being "Satan's lair":

    @IWashington Hey brother ... blessings to you and family 🙏🏼 I’ll be out in LA next week ... LETS DO LUNCH ? YA LIKE MEXICAN ?? Praying for you & your stand for truth in that place that is Satan’s lair ... Hollywood 😉 #Trump2020LandslideVictory 🔥 🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸 #Gutfeld 😳

    Twitter: @StephenBaldwin7

    You have Kid Rock.

    He tweets stuff about Taylor Swift sucking off doorknobs:

    Taylor Swift wants to be a democrat because she wants to be in movies….period. And it looks like she will suck the door knob off Hollyweird to get there. Oldest move in the book. Good luck girl. -Kid Rock

    Twitter: @KidRock

    And you have, of course, Hercules star Kevin Sorbo.

    He's very, very into being a Hollywood conservative:

    If you think your life sucks, just remember there are people living in California

    Twitter: @ksorbs

    For a few years now, there has been speculation that Gwen Stefani is a Republican.

    People on Twitter have been asking the question:

    And now we have a semi-answer.

    Gwen is on the cover of this month's Paper magazine, and she was asked about her politics.

    When the interviewer asked Gwen if she was a Republican, Gwen said she wasn't offended by the question because famous people get asked these types of questions.

    Gwen elaborated:

    "I can see how people would be curious, but I think it's pretty obvious who I am. I've been around forever. I started my band because we were really influenced by ska, which was a movement that happened in the late '70s, and it was really all about people coming together. The first song I ever wrote was a song called 'Different People' which was on the Obama playlist, you know, a song about everyone being different and being the same and loving each other. The very first song I wrote."

    And here's what she said about how she feels about voting:

    "The whole point of voting, is you have this personal space to feel how you feel. I use my platform to share my life story and to engage with people and to exchange whatever gift I was giving. I'm not a political science major. I am not that person. Everyone knows that. So why would I even talk about it?"

    So, is she a Republican? I'm not sure! She was on Obama's playlist, so that's that. She's also not a political science major, so don't ask her about her political preference.

    Gwen sitting in the judge's chair on the set of The Voice

    Now excuse me while I stream her 2018 underrated song, "Rare."

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