Chewbacca always gets the ladies.
Gwen Stefani started her post-Thanksgiving weekend in the happiest place on earth. She treated her three sons, Kingston, Zuma and Apollo, to a trip to Disneyland in Anaheim, California, on Friday.
Noticeably absent from the festivities was Stefani's new beau and fellow "Voice" judge, Blake Shelton, who spent turkey day in his home state of Oklahoma. Gwen didn't seem too worried, though, and snapped this selfie cuddled up with the hairiest member of the "Star Wars" universe, Chewbacca.
She was even brave enough to stare down Darth Vader without cracking a smile. No doubt (sorry) that took some serious Jedi-level concentration.
Stefani also shared this selfie on her Instagram account, showcasing her signature bold red lip and coiffed platinum 'do. Is it just us or is she serving some Cruella de Vil weekend glamour?
Stefani Facetimed Shelton during her trip to Disneyland so the country singer didn't miss out on all the fun, TMZ reported. Shelton celebrated the holiday the way only he knows how ... by making fun of Adam Levine.
"Today I give thanks that @adamlevine is back to looking like Eddie Munster," he captioned an Instagram featuring photos of Levine and the youngest Munster side by side.
Despite her marital troubles, Stefani had a lot to be thankful for this year. The "Used To Love You" singer puckered up for this adorable snap on Thanksgiving Day, sharing a sweet kiss with 9-year-old Kingston.
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