Gwen Stefani to make first ever live music video at the Grammys
Gwen Stefani to make music history by filming the first ever live music video at the Grammys this weekend
Gwen Stefani is to make music history by filming the first music video live at the Grammys.
The 46-year-old singer will be debuting the clip for her solo single 'Make Me Like You' during a Grammys commercial break on Monday (15.02.16).
Posting on Instagram, she revealed: "This is big. I'm going to be in the first LIVE music video on a #GRAMMYs commercial break with @Target! #MoreMusic (sic)"
The forthcoming track will feature on Gwen's upcoming new solo LP 'This Is What the Truth Feels Like...' due out later this year.
Earlier this week, the No Doubt star revealed the tracklisting on a handwritten note, which she photographed and posted online.
Titles include 'Misery', 'Make me Feel Ill', 'Asking 4 It' and 'Truth' and the song names hint that Gwen will open up about her heartbreak after divorcing ex-husband Gavin Rossdale, who she split from in 2015 and with whom she has three sons, Kingston, nine, Zuma, seven, and 23-month-old Apollo with.
Gwen previously admitted she was in a "phase of forgiveness" when she penned the song 'Used To Love You', which is featured on the forthcoming record.
She said: "When I wrote the song, I was sort of in a phase of forgiveness. In a way, I'm getting to this point now, and all the songs up to that point were like, 'Rah, I'm like so upset and so crazy.'
"Everybody knows, pretty much, what happened to me. I got a divorce, which completely was not in the plan at all. For me, it purely wasn't and [it was] a shock and horrible, a crazy explosion in my life."