Gwen Stefani has been in the music industry for a whopping 30 years, so after that much time, it might seem like she’s seen and done it all. But at the Grammy Awards on Monday night, the 46-year-old singer did something NO ONE has ever done: She created a live music video on TV for the first time ever.
Though it sounds like an impossibly complicated feat to pull off, Stefani and director Sophie Muller made it look seamless. In partnership with Target, they filmed a colorful four-minute clip for the disco-pop single “Make Me Like You” that boasted multiple sets and wardrobe changes. Stefani looked like she was having a blast as she weaved her way through a hair parlor, a roller rink, and a retro bar that may have included a subtle nod to her new beau, Blake Shelton (it appears to be named “Blake’s.” Awww).
“Make Me Like You” is the second single from Stefani’s upcoming album This Is What the Truth Feels Like, following the emotional ballad “Used to Love You.” The LP has been in the works for more than a year and is slated for release on March 18.