Gwen Stefani Reveals She Made Her First Dollar at Dairy Queen, Plus Other Fun Facts!

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Gwen Stefani is getting candid!

The "Misery" singer is featured in the April issue of Marie Claire, and in her interview with the magazine, she shares 17 things you never knew about her.

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The platinum blond beauty reveals if she weren't a singer, she would be "a makeup artist," and the best career advice she's ever gotten came from music producer Jimmy Iovine, who once told her to "be open."

"I've always done things I'm passionate about," she says of how she got to be to where she is today. "My heart drives me."

Stefani tells Marie Claire she never really had an "I made it moment," as she's "always trying to make it."

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"In so many different ways, this is a journey," she explains, saying if she ever had to work for free, she'd be doing exactly what she does now.

And before she was famous, Stefani says she made her first dollar "working at Dairy Queen." The first album she ever purchased was one by Shaun Cassidy.

At 47 years old, the edgy rocker says if she had any superpower, it would be to have "endless energy." Her idea of a perfect day would begin by "sleeping in late" and going to bed early.

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Although she's been all over the world while traveling on tour, both solo and with No Doubt, she says going back to India or Africa is still on her bucket list. As far as where she'd love to live other than the U.S.? Well, that one's easy to guess: "Japan."

Hear more on her Harajuku obsession in the video below!

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