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21 September 2012 –

** FLASHBACK 12 August 2012 – Singer Gwen Stefani Holds Obama Fundraiser **

Michelle Obama attended a fundraiser for her husband’s re-election at singer Gwen Stefani’s Beverly Hills house around 1:40 PM. Tickets for the Stefani fundraiser were $2,500 (for a family of four), per the Hollywood Reporter. About 400 people attended. Gwen Stefani, 42-years-old, wore a hot pink jumpsuit and razor-sharp stilettos. Michelle Obama wore a summer black dress and flat sandals. Click here for pictures.

Gwen Stefani’s Tweets From The Day:

Michelle Obama: “Barack can’t do it alone. He’s not Spider-Man. He’s not a superhero.”

Michelle Obama is quoted as saying, “Barack can’t do it alone. He’s not Spider-Man. He’s not a superhero. He’s a human, so we need your help. I am not just talking to the adults here today. I am talking to the young people here as well. All of our young people–you might not be old enough to vote. You vote at school, I know–I met several young people who are going to be voting for my husband, who are 10 and under–we accept those votes.”

Some celebrities in attendance were Nicole Ritchie, Joel Madden, Jeffrey Tambor, Alyson Hannigan, Tony Kanal.

Missing from the Obama fundraiser was Gwen Stefani’s husband, Gavin Rossdale, who had a past relationship with the male shock singer, Marilyn Manson

Marilyn Manson © by aleksey.const

Gwen Stefani’s husband, Gavin Rossdale, was not seen at the Obama fundraiser. Rossdale made headlines when he admitted to his gay past with Marilyn Manson. Marilyn Manson, said of his relationship with Rossdale: “He was the love of my life. We were together five years, but it felt like 40. He was just becoming successful in America. I agreed to lie against every grain of my being.”

Stefani Designed Children’s T-Shirts With Messages That Supported Same-Sex Marriage


Gwen Stefani, raised in a devout Catholic household, stands strong on liberal causes. Stefani made headlines back in June 2012, when she designed a pair of children’s t-shirts with messages supporting same-sex marriage. Target department stores sold the controversial line at their stores with 100 percent of profits going to Family Equality Council.

Target stated, “Target is pleased to be able to bring our guests products they want while, in turn, helping support the LGBT community through the donation of 100 percent of the purchase price to the Family Equality Council.”