Gwen Stefani Teases "Misery" Music Video and Is the Epitome of Old Hollywood Glamour
She looks anything but miserable.
Gwen Stefani teased the forthcoming music video for her single “Misery,” Thursday, and she looks stunning. Dressed like an old Hollywood starlet, Gwen wears a sheer gown outfitted with black feather-like accessories. The No Doubt songstress looks anxious and alone as she belts her heart out, but she isn’t totally alone—there are also two dancers featured.
As they say, misery loves company.
“It’s coming! #Misery music video…” she wrote on Twitter. “#ThisIsWhatTheTruthFeelsLike.”
That’s not the only thing Stefani debuted Thursday, either! The “Hollaback Girl” changed her Twitter avatar to a promotion of Blake Shelton’s new album, If I’m Honest. Talk about love! Although these two have been serious for a while now, their love was more obvious than even during both performances of their duet “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.”
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani first performed their romantic track on The Voice, where they couldn’t help but stare at each other with besotted eyes. Those gaga-looking eyes made a grand return when they took the stage at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards and performed the song again.
“They looked very in love during the song and after,” an eyewitness told E! News. “And when Blake grabbed her hand, it was like he was very proud to be up there with Gwen. He looked at her like he is crazy about her.”
Both singers have gushed about how much the song means to them. “This is one of my favorite songs I’ve ever written or recorded,” Blake Shelton said when the performance was first announced. “It came from a time and place when Gwen and I were beginning our journey together and both experiencing a hard time letting our guards down with each other.”
Naturally, Gwen felt the same way.
“Yeah, it feels like, ‘Wow, that happened.’ I can’t believe I wrote a song with that guy.” Gwen shared with E! News at 102.7 KIISFM’s Wango Tango. “And then we got a chance to sing it together on The Voice. Like…and everyone got to see that. It was a miracle. It was incredible.”