Grammy Award-winning singer recently released critically applauded No. 1 album 'This Is What the Truth Feels Like'
International music superstar and three-time Grammy Award-winner Gwen Stefani is returning to "The Voice" on Tuesday, April 19, with a performance of her new hit single, "Misery."
The single is from Stefani's chart-topping new album "This Is What the Truth Feels Like" (Interscope Records), which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart when it was released last month. The album's first single, the synth-pop ballad "Used to Love You," has been certified gold, while its video has racked up more than 14 million YouTube views.
Stefani wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on "This Is What the Truth Feels Like." Critics have hailed the deeply personal album as Stefani's strongest work to date.
Stefani, who recently served as a coach for the ninth season of "The Voice," has achieved worldwide success as a performer, songwriter and recording artist who has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide with No Doubt and as a multiplatinum solo artist. Stefani released two solo albums — "Love.Angel.Music.Baby" and "The Sweet Escape" — featuring the hit singles "Rich Girl," "Sweet Escape," "What Are You Waiting For?" and the Pharrell Williams-produced No. 1 "Hollaback Girl," which became the first digital download to sell more than 1 million copies in the U.S.
In fall 2015, Stefani returned as a coach for the ninth season of "The Voice" and released "Used to Love You."
Stefani kicked off 2016 with the release of her second single, "Make Me Like You," and a music video that was created on live television. Directed by Grammy-winner Sophie Muller, the action unfolded during a four-minute commercial break during this year's Grammy Awards and featured multiple sets and costume changes in real time.
"This Is What the Truth Feels Like," Stefani's third solo album, was released March 18 on Interscope Records.