Gwen Stefani Reacts to Fan Saying She Owes Her Life to Climbing On Stage at Her Concerts
Gwen Stefani is opening up about a fan who says she owes her life to climbing on stage at the singer’s concerts!
The fan was pushed onto the subway tracks and survived, recounting in a story that she owed her life to climbing on stage at Gwen‘s concerts.
The 22-year-old Brooklyn woman was randomly punched onto the subway tracks and she was able to climb back on the platform and run out of the station.
“It’s because Gwen’s called me on stage so many times,” she told Fox 5 News. “That’s why my body knew what to do.”
Gwen opened up about the incident in a new interview with WSJ. Magazine.
“It’s Maddie [Cole]. I know her and I follow her. In fact, I just saw her, right when we left The Drew Barrymore Show. She’s come to a million of my shows, she dresses like me. I don’t follow a ton of fans, but a few years ago when I was doing the Vegas show, I started following people randomly. Then you think you know them because you see them every day. She happens to be one of them,” Gwen said. “The fact that that happened to her, I was like, ‘You need to move out of the city.’”
Gwen recently explained why she doesn’t think she’d do well as a contestant on The Voice.