And I don’t know for sure, but I think in most cases, behavior like this (if this is, indeed, ‘this’ behavior) is kind of frowned upon, no?
Assuming this isn’t ‘this’ behavior, let’s talk about Gwen Stefani and her dad for a minute. In a recent interview, Gwen claimed that her dad knew that Gwen would marry Gavin even before Gwen or Gavin knew that they’d marry one another. From Stella magazine:
“That’s when my life changed. Here was this successful, good-looking English guy who seemed to be interested in me. I couldn’t believe it. My dad actually predicted it, though. When he saw Gavin on TV once, soon after we met, he said to my mom, ‘There’s your future son-in-law.’ But I didn’t really believe it was going to happen until the day we actually got married. It’s certainly been challenging for us at times. We had to spend a lot of time apart because of our careers. I basically spent all of last year on my own because he was in his band, touring the world. That was hard for me, being at home with the two boys. But now he’s home we realise how much we need each other.”
Now do you think there’s any credibility to the nanny ass-grabbing story? Or do you think that maybe the nanny just stumbled on a pesky old rock and Gavin, ever the gentleman, reached in to hold her up in the best way he knew—latching on to that ever-intimate spot, the area between the asscrack and small of a lady’s back?
Here’s a front view of that nanny, by the way: