Gwen Stefani's oldest son Kingston, 8, apparently has "a direct link to God."
During her appearance on Late Night Wednesday, Gwen revealed that her third son Apollo was actually not planned, but that Kingston had "prayed every night" for another sibling prior to her getting pregnant.
"He really has, like, a direct link to God," the 44-year-old No Doubt frontwoman told host Seth Meyers. "He asked me, 'Mom are you going to have a baby? I want you to have a baby.' And I'm like, 'No, it's over, we're not having any more. This is our family.'"
Though after Kingston prayed every single night for a baby, Stefani said that she was pregnant four weeks later.
... But as it turns out, Kingston prays for "everything" -- even if it's just for another cupcake.
"He really believes," she joked.
Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale welcomed baby Apollo on February 28. He joined Kingston and middle child Zuma, 6.
Stefani also briefly addressed her now infamous Stephen Colbert Emmys flub in the new interview.
Admitting she was "freaking out" before presenting the award, she joked to Emmys host Meyers, "You did a great job. I don't think you messed any names, did you?"
Check out the video below to hear Colbert himself react to Stefani's hilarious "Colbort" pronunciation!
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