Gwen Stefani has put Gavin Rossdale on notice that she’s no longer in love with her ex-husband. ‘The Voice’ judge debuted a heartbreaking performance of her new song ‘Used To Love You’ on ‘Ellen’ and it’s pretty clear who it’s dedicated to!
Gwen Stefani, 46, has always been one to write her songs straight from the heart. Her new single is called “Used To Love You” and the emotional lyrics make it clear that she’s still hurting from her summer split from husband of 13 years, Gavin Rossdale, 49. The No Doubt front woman made the TV debut of her new song on Ellen DeGeneres‘ daytime talk show Oct. 26, and just listening to the lyrics, you’ve got to feel for Gwen.
Gwen Stefani is sharing her new song “Used To Love You”on Oct. 26’s Ellen show. The searing song includes the lyrics “You go, I’ll stay, you can keep all the memories. I thought I was the best thing that ever happened to you, I thought you loved me the most” which she sang with total passion. The emotional chorus repeats the lines “I don’t know why I cry. But I think it’s cause I remembered for the first time. Since I hated you, that I used to love you.” At least Gwen has a musical outlet to use for her grief.
The couple’s shocking split this summer came after 13 years of marriage. It produced three adorable sons, Kingston, 9, Zuma, 7, and Apollo, 1. We thought their love would last forever, but from the lyrics of the song, Gwen is already letting go. So sad!
Gwen and Gavin have already settled their divorce agreement, according to TMZ. The couple will share joint custody with their 3 children. The site claims “we’re told the agreement provides a 50/50 split in physical custody, but we’re told Gavin will actually have the kids for the majority of time because of Gwen’s touring schedule.”
Shockingly, the couple had no prenuptial agreement according to TMZ. “Gavin agreed to take far less than his 50% share of the community property. Under California law they’re each entitled to half, but our sources say Gavin took much less…presumably to reach a quick settlement” the site reports.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Gwen’s new song is about her heartbreak over Gavin?
— Beth Shilliday