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Gwen Stefani wants husband Gavin Rossdale on ‘The Voice’

Gwen Stefani wants husband Gavin Rossdale on ‘The Voice’

GAVIN & GWEN:The happy couple will work together on "The Voice." Photo: Associated Press

Gwen Stefani has recruited her husband, Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale, as her top adviser on “The Voice.”

The No Doubt star will be standing in for pregnant Christina Aguilera when the TV talent show returns later this year and she has asked her man to help her make stars out of her group of wannabes.

Confirming the news in a tweet on Monday, Rossdale wrote, “This fall (autumn), honored to be part of #TheVoice w/ (with) the lovely & talented @gwenstefani.”

Stefani will join old pal Pharrell Williams as the new judges on the show.

Blake Shelton and Adam Levine will return.

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