Sing It! Gwen Stefani’s Son Apollo Shows Off His Musical Talent
The pop-rock star, 46, took to Snapchat Thursday to share a few cute clips taken during rehearsals for the upcoming This Is What the Truth Feels Like tour.
Her special guest? Stefani’s 2-year-old son Apollo Bowie Flynn, who stole the show with his rendition of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm.”
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“Old MacDonald had a cow, E-I-E-I-O!” he sang while standing atop a colorful platform.
Little Apollo was dressed in a dark-blue outfit, complete with a matching nautical-print bandana around his neck and equally color-coordinated pacifier. His shoes sported neon shades of green and pink, with his adorable curls pulled back slightly.
“#toddlerstyleonpoint,” boasts one of the hashtags accompanying the cute compilation.
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And aside from gracing the studio’s inhabitants with his singing, Apollo proved he might have a future in playing the drums. While his mom sang and the band played, he walked around banging drumsticks together, leaving viewers wondering whether No Doubt drummer Adrian Young has had any influence on him.
Apollo is the third son Stefani shares with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale. Stefani and Rossdale, who were married for 13 years and whose divorced was settled in April, are also parents to Kingston James McGregor, 10 on Thursday, and Zuma Nesta Rock, 7½.
Stefani will hit the road this summer with Eve, whom she worked with in the past on the 2001 hit “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” and Stefani’s “Rich Girl,” the second single from her debut solo album.
The This Is What the Truth Feels Like tour kicks off July 12 in Mansfield, Massachusetts.
— Jen Juneau