Popping out a baby one second, popping up on the big screen the next second, Gwen Stefani can’t be held down!
The singer is reportedly preparing to star in an adapation of the Tennessee Williams screenplay, Baby Doll. Naturally, the former No Doubt lead would play the role of said doll.
The film, originally made in 1956, features a gorgeous young woman who promises her failed businessman husband that their marriage will be consummated a year from their nuptials. For whatever reason, this isn’t good enough for the strapping, viral male.
He’s dying to bed his wife, and anxious to improve his business, so he decides to burn down the plant of this arch-rival. After this occurs, the rival has to use the husband’s plant to produce cotton, but things start to go awry when he meets Baby Doll.
Got all that? Neither do we. But we do know Stefani has previously starred in The Aviator, playing screen legend Jean Harlow.