Gwen Stefani took to Instagram last night to dazzle fans with a new outfit and to give another update on the release of a new single.
The 51-year-old singer’s new single, titled Slow Clap, is coming out soon, and she’s using her social media platform to promote the upcoming release.
As previously reported by Monsters and Critics, the former No Doubt frontwoman will perform the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday, March 15, and will also have a chat with the talk show host.
Being the style icon that she is, Stefani uploaded an eye-catching photo of herself that definitely went unnoticed by her loyal fan base.
Stefani put on a killer display
In the snapshot, the three-time Grammy Award winner dazzled in a bra top that was decorated with jewels and featured a hint of black lace detailing. Over the top, Stefani wore an unbuttoned pink shirt with long silver tassels hanging off the sleeves and multicolored sequins embroidered all over.
She teamed the ensemble with a pair of denim shorts and black fishnet tights. Stefani wrapped a sparkly silver belt around her waist that also had tassels of the same color hanging off.
She held onto a large silver cowboy hat and rocked acrylic nails for the occasion. Stefani accessorized herself with numerous rings and wore her long platinum blond locks down in waves.
The singer posed in front of a plain light blue backdrop and was captured from the thighs-up. Stefani covered her left eye with the cowboy hat and gazed directly at the camera lens with a stunning expression. She placed her right hand on her hip and made everything look effortless, as per usual.
In the span of 16 hours, her post racked up more than 92,000 likes and over 1,200 comments, proving to be very popular with her 11.1 million followers.
When can fans hear Slow Clap?
Stefani informed fans in her Instagram caption that her new single, Slow Clap, will be released at 9 am PT time on Thursday, March 11.
The Used To Love You hitmaker hasn’t revealed too much about the song. However, according to Genius, Slow Clap was written by Ross Golan, Luke Niccoli, and Stefani herself. Her older brother, Eric Stefani, allegedly can be heard playing the keyboard alongside Niccoli.
Earlier this week, Stefani shared the bright artwork for the single. The songstress can be seen wearing similar attire on the cover while being surrounded by various graphics that include a boombox, basketball, cassette, an ice cream, and a bike.
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