New clip for "Push and Shove" single offended some in Native American community.
No Doubt released and then quickly removed the music video for "Looking Hot" online on Friday (Nov. 2), after the clip immediately received criticism for its appropriation of Native American culture. On Saturday, Gwen Stefani and co. issued a formal apology on its website.
Although the video has been removed from YouTube, E! Online writes that the video featured Stefani in a Halloween-ready Native American costume, while bassist Tony Kanal is an tribesman who helps the singer escape from her cowboy captors, played by Adrian Young and Tom Dumont. There was a teepee, lots of feathers and a general "Wild Wild West" vibe.