She is known for her quirky style and edgy looks.
And Gwen Stefani was pulling her edgy style out of the bag once again as she transformed into a rhinestone cowgirl to plug her new single Slow Clap.
The No Doubt frontwoman, 51, flaunted her jaw-dropping figure in a barely-there ensemble comprising a pink shirt and silver bralet and high-waisted bottoms.
Gwen has delightedly been communicating with fans over the new track, which she recorded in lockdown, and urging them to listen.
The blonde beauty will no doubt steer her followers towards the single with her stunning artwork for the single, in which she look phenomenal.
She took to social media Thursday to thank her fans for listening to her new single and shared a selfie of herself showing her sitting on a dock under grey clouds.
She wrote in the caption for her 11.1m followers: 'Just sitting back with a smile on my face reading all of your comments on #slowclap Thank you for listening!! love u gx.'
It comes after Gwen - like many brides around the world - had to put the brakes on her wedding plans due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
Gwen revealed she has spent lockdown in Oklahoma with Blake, her brother and sister-in-law's family and her three kids.
She spoke of homeschooling in the pandemic with her sons Kingston, 14, Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale, 12, and Apollo Bowie Flynn, six, who she shares with ex-husband Gavin Rossdale, who she split from in 2016 after 14 years of marriage.
In October, Gwen and Blake became engaged after five years of dating during their Oklahoma lockdown among their beloved family.
She announced the news with a photo on social media where she was kissing the country crooner as she held up her left hand to show off her ring.
In her chat Gwen, who has recorded her fifth studio album Let Me Reintroduce Myself in lockdown, lamented her thwarted wedding plans.
She said: 'I would love to get married, but I want my parents there, so that's hard to plan. We have three kids in school and at home on Zoom, so hopefully that will end for them. But there's not a lot of plans, I just want to put this record out!'
Speaking about what the pandemic had made her evaluate, she said: 'There was an amazing need to have a pause, I think, that we didn't even know could be possible'.
She also gushed over Blake and his success, saying: '[He’s] kind of a phenomenon over here. He’s had 28 number one radio hits and has been on The Voice for 20 seasons. Not to brag, but…'
On working on her music in lockdown, she went on: 'I wasn't planning on it, but someone said they were writing on Zoom, and I said 'Shoot, I'll try it.'
In November, Gwen and her fans marked 15 years since the release of Love. Angel. Music. Baby. her debut solo studio album, which was also the name of her clothing line alongside another clothing line she created at the time.
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