Gwen Stefani “Used To Love You” “The Voice” Video: Watch Performance!
Gwen Stefani performed “Used To Love You” on “The Voice” on Monday. Watch below!
As Gossip Cop has reported, Stefani released “Used To Love You” last month as the first single from her upcoming album. The tale of love gone
wrong was seemingly inspired by the singer’s split from Gavin Rossdale. Stefani hasn’t openly commented on the track’s meaning, but has acknowledged she wrote it after recent events in her lifee.
Stefani previously performed the track on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and the American Music Awards. This performance marked her first turn on “The Voice” stage this season without her contestants. On last Tuesday’s results show, the returning coach and her artists collaborated on “You Get What You Give.”
Since the live episodes began earlier this month, Stefani still has all three of her contestants: Jeffery Austin, Braiden Sunshine and Korin Bukowski. As Gossip Cop has reported, Bukowski has beeen in the bottom two and in jeopardy of elimination the last two weeks. But both times she’s managed to redeem herself by winning the show’s instant save.
This is Stefani’s second time serving as one of “The Voice” coaches, after previously participating in season 7. With season 9 heading into its final weeks, the No Doubt front woman is hoping to become the first female coach to win the NBC music competition. Boyfriend Blake Shelton gave her a vote of confidence last week, and after she performed now, he tweeted, “Wow… @gwenstefani…. Such an amazing performance. #respect.” Check out video of Stefani’s performance below, and tell us what you think!