Gwen Stefani is giving back in a very big way!

Fans everywhere are going "bananas" for Gwen Stefani's new Las Vegas residency "Just A Girl" at the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood. But the star herself is inspiring fans in more ways than one. A portion of ticket sales from the Las Vegas residency are going to the non-profit the Cure 4 The Kids Foundation to help children battling different pediatric diseases.


"I get the goosebumps when I talk about," says Gwen.

As a thank you to Gwen, a board of director from the foundation, Annette Logan-Parker, allowed Gwen to create her own room in the facilities.

"I was trying to make it very me. You know, I wanted to put my print down."

The finished look of Gwen's room by Juan Muniz. PC: Gwen Stefani

Gwen has made multiple visits to the organization and after talking to the children and learning about their battles they have faced, it was a no brainer for Gwen to help in anyway she could.

"I feel so blessed and so grateful for my life and my children’s life."

Having already donated more than $50,000 to the organization (so far), Gwen plans on continuing what she does, making music, and continuing to help battle childhood cancer. You are truly an inspiration to all!

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