Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale have announced they are divorcing after seven years of marriage as Hollywood’s dream punk-rock couple. As they finalize the terms of their divorce, we take a look at how their respective net worths compare.
Before Gwen was a pop culture icon, she started out as the lead singer of the up-and-coming ska band No Doubt in early 90s, helping to produce the group’s first hit album in 1995.
During that same time, English-born Gavin Rossdale was frontman of one of the more popular 90s grunge-rock bands, Bush.
After the release of the band’s debut album, Sixteen Stones, Bush would later go on to sell 10 million albums in the U.S. throughout the 90s.
While both Rossdale and Stefani would pursue respective solo careers outside of their hit 90s bands, Stefani was the more successful of the two.
Stefani released her first solo album and now pop classic Love. Angel. Music. Baby on November 12, 2004 and has been a solo sensation ever since.
Her unique, killer style also helped her make a name in the fashion realm as well- she’s creator of the fashion line L.A.M.B .which reportedly takes in $90 million annually.
Stefani would go on to release another successful solo album- The Sweet Escape- in late 2006.
But even with a successful solo career, Stefani still keeps her roots close. In 2012, she released Push and Shove with No Doubt, and several projects are reported to be in the works for the band.
Rossdale, on the other hand, did not experience the same kind of success with his solo career, nor did his 2014 release of a new album with Bush after a considerable hiatus.
Only time will tell how their divorce proceedings will impact this.