Yet again gracing our eardrums with wonderful music, Gwen Stefani and her "No Doubt" band mates rocked Central Park while performing live on "Good Morning America" In New York City, New York on Friday (July 27).
The red lipstick clad "Hollaback Girl" danced around on stage in a kisser-matching sheer top and baggy pants while belting out four songs, including her new hit "Settle Down" from her upcoming album Push and Shove.
Gwen took to Twitter several times throughout the morning to share back stage spinets including one picture of herself sitting in a chair wearing nothing but a bright red bra and pants as her team surrounded her touching up her hair and make-up adding the caption, "Glam central - cooling off."
During a sit down interview with the ABC morning show Gwen opened up about her new album admitting, "It's not all fun on the record. That's for sure. There's always something to complain about. But there's a little bit of being overwhelmed on the record, I think, because it was really hard trying to find the time with those two little bunny rabbits I made. It's crazy."
However at the same time, the 42-year-old mother explained, "The music is just, it's heavenly. I love it." No Doubt's Push and Shove studio album i slated to hit store shelved sometime in September.