When word spread that Bush lead singer Gavin Rossdale was doing a photo shoot on the rooftop of the new Hotel Wilshire on the Miracle Mile, with its swanky penthouse vibe, excitement ensued. From an innocent tweet, females immediately volunteered their assistance aplenty, while some males tweeted their rock approval and others their bitter jealousy.
During the band’s recent standout performance at the Sunset Strip Music Festival, female fans shrieked their allegiance, whereas guys either attempted to look aloof or slammed into one another in full endorsement.
Rossdale, who will turn 46 in October, possesses silver-screen leading-man good looks, but acts as if he’s completely unaware of his heartthrob status. Married since 2002 to glamorous No Doubt lead singer, Gwen Stefani, the couple are the parents of two boys, Kingston, a five-year-old charmer who has been the focus of several TMZ posts and TV segments, and three-year-old Zuma. Yet Rossdale seems more concerned with delivering a knockout performance, even jumping into the middle of a rabid crowd to strengthen a connection with his audience that began with 1994’s debut, Sixteen Stone, than worry about being a matinee idol. In person, he’s quite down-to-earth and soft spoken.
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