Gwen Stefani fears she will never write another hit track again after failing to come up with any catchy new tunes in recent songwriting sessions.
Stefani has reunited with her band No Doubt for a tour following a five-year hiatus during which she released two platinum pop albums as a solo artist.
The concert setlists will only feature the No Doubt's greatest hits - after frontwoman Stefani struggled to write any new material for the group to perform on their trek.
The singer is hoping the band's live shows will provide fresh inspiration - but she admits her songwriting career may be coming to an end.
She tells Elle magazine, "I want so badly to write a record. I want to make every other songwriter jealous. But that's not happening right now. I might never be able to write another song."
But the 39 year old admits her music is no longer the main focus of her life since becoming a mum to Kingston and Zuma - her sons with rocker Gavin Rossdale.
She adds: "I always referred to No Doubt as a marriage because that's what it's like to be together for so long and to go through what we've been through. I can't really have that relationship with them anymore. My priorities are always going to be my husband and my family now."