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Listen to Gwen Stefani power through a new song

'Used To Love You' is about breaking up

By Andrea Tim | Published: 19 Oct 2015

Video: MarcMonster

Gwen Stefani continues to set the world aflame with her popstar personality. During a performance at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom on Saturday night, Gwen debuted a new song – a break up song, to be exact – called Used To Love You.

This comes just over two months after her split from Gavin Rossdale, to whom she had been married for 13 years.

"I'm talking about pain and love and my real life, and I just want to say thank you for listening," she told her audience before performing the song. "And I just want to share a song that I wrote recently. This song is really special."

Used To Love You is her next single, which will appear in an upcoming album. Heart-wrenching anthem aside, Gwen also sang Hollaback Girl and Spark The Fire at the concert. Breakup or no breakup, Gwen's still got it.

 

Gwen ain't no #HollaBack girl #ThisMyShit #Bananas #GwenStefani

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#GwenStefani doing her thing! #WhosGotTheLighter?! @vibemagazine #VIBEonSite

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Related: Rock chic: Gwen Stefani's best red carpet looks


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