Corey Moss of MTV News was on hand as No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani brought her solo act to the Hollywood Bowl last week. Moss writes, “Those faddish Japanese Harajuku girls were a major part of the show from the start. They served mainly as Gwen’s dancers and, though she made a dance album, Stefani doesn’t pretend to be Madonna, or even Britney, in that department. Although not always in sync, the girls’ choreography had a gritty street edge, and their constant posturing was the show’s theatrical focus. Still, with her confident strut and dead-on vocals, Gwen remained the most captivating thing onstage throughout the evening.” Read more.