‘New Year’s Eve with Carson Daly’ is all about the performances, and Gwen Stefani gave us one that we’ll never forget. She sang her amazing single ‘Used To Love You’, and helped ring in 2016 the best way possible. WATCH and be blown away!
Gwen Stefani, 46, rocked us right out of 2015 with her show-stopping rendition of “Used To Love You” on Dec. 31. Gwen is at the top of her game, thanks to a career that’s as hot as ever — not to mention her equally fiery romance with Blake Shelton, 39. The singer sparkled as she sang her heart out, and we’ll be rewinding the video of this performance for weeks to come!
Gwen absolutely broke our hearts with this stunning performance. Looking like an absolute princess in pink, Gwen stood tall on the stage in front of Times Square. It’s hard to be the brightest light in the room when you’re backed by Times Square and that huge crystal ball, but Gwen’s got the star power! Her incredible voice and elegance lent to a beautiful rendition that left tears in our eyes.
Everyone is honored to work with Gwen, which is not a surprise at all: “I couldn’t be more thrilled to ring in the new year with NBC, our incredible viewers and the extraordinarily talented Gwen Stefani,” host Carson Daly told NBC about this evening. “It’s always such a special time of year and what’s better than being able to celebrate with great friends? Looking forward to a fun night!” Fun night is right — we so wish we were there, but at least we can watch from afar!
We can’t think of anyone who’s had a bigger year than Gwen. She was the victim of heartbreak when she and Gavin Rossdale filed for divorce in August after 13 years of marriage, marking the end of an era. By September, though, Gwen dried her tears and ignited a romance with Blake Shelton! Between all of that, she managed to find time to be a judge on The Voice, put out several incredible singles, and perform at the at the 2015 American Music Awards. Gwen is a busy gal, and she deserves every happiness in 2016!
HollywoodLifers, tell us — is this your fave Gwen performance yet?