You know how people are always telling aspiring artists that
they should have a backup career? Well, if the whole singer, pop star, fashion
designer and sometime-coach on “The Voice” thing doesn’t work out for Gwen Stefani,
she would make a helluva spelling teacher. She’s even got experience.
Turns out that Stefani has been unknowingly moonlighting as
a spelling tutor for a 5-year-old boy named Max. He started kindergarten this
year and thanks to Stefani’s 2004 popular and contagious song “Hollaback Girl,”
he can now spell “bananas.”
Max’s mom, Norah, posted a video of the undeniably adorable
Max rhythmically spelling out B-A-N-A-N-A-S and it’s quite clear that the
credit for learning how to spell his first world goes to Stefani on replay.
Norah has been feeding Max’s ears a steady diet of Stefani
tunes, as she's a super-fan of the singer and mom of three.
Attention Gwen Stefani: Here's your free million-dollar idea. Put out a spelling album for kids that sounds like the music you already make (without the curse words, though) and moms
everywhere will buy it.