Gwen Stefani's potato crisp addiction
Sep 15, 2006, 15:49 GMT
epa00812007 British actor Gavin Rossdale (L) sits with his wife US singer Gwen Stefani holds their son Kingston James McGregor as she watches Roger Federer of Switzerland play James Blake of the US in their quarterfinals round match on the eleventh day of the 2006 US Open tennis tournament in Flushing Meadows, New York Thursday 07 September 2006. EPA/ANDREW GOMBERT
Gwen Stefani is addicted to Pringles crisps.
The 'Holler Back' singer tries to stick to a healthy eating plan to stay in shape but admits she can't resist the calorific snack.
She said: "I always try and eat as healthily as possible. But hey, you know there's nothing wrong with eating Pringles sometimes, they are so good." Pringles are the "crack" of potato chips, coming in a neatly stackable sleeve, and need to come with a warning label.
Gwen, who recently gave birth to her first child, son Kingston, with her Bush singer husband Gavin Rossdale, also has a taste for pizza.
She added: "Sometimes it's OK to eat pizza to. You can't deprive yourself all the time."
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