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Stefani, Rossdale don’t fret Love; No Doubt front-girl busy with AIDS cause

By Staff

According to Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani: Love don’t come around here any more.

Responding to Courtney Love’s blabbing about her affair with Rossdale, the Bush guitarist took to his Facebook exclaiming, “Gwen and Gavin Rossdale would like to assure their fans that anything that may have occurred prior to their marriage has no impact on theircurrent situation. All is well with the Rossdale family.”

Faded Youth blog was keeping tabs on Rossdale’s social page.

Stefani’s response to the his whole mess: she has better things to do like get her nails done and lend her participation to “The Lazarus Effect,” an HBO AIDS documentary chronicling the amazing effects of antiretroviral drugs on African patients. (RED) campaign which collects funds from the sale of products to pay for HIV treatment in Africa is behind the film, which is directed by Lance Bangs and produced by Spike Jonze and Susan Smith Ellis per Tonic.

“Lazarus” will air on HBO on May 24.

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