She (still) ain’t no hollaback girl! Gwen Stefani took to the stage at The Voice on Tuesday (Nov. 26) to deliver a rousing medley of hits from her debut solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby.
Clad in a gold bodysuit encrusted with pink flowers and billowing blue sleeves, the pop star kicked off her perfomance with the intro to “What You Waiting For?” before launching into an edited version of “Hollaback Girl” surrounded by a bevy of backup dancers. “Few times I’ve been around that track/ So it’s not just gonna happen like that/ ‘Cause I ain’t no hollaback girl/ I ain’t no hollaback girl,” Stefani rapped on the No. 1 hit’s irresistible chorus.
The singer then transitioned into “Rich Girl,” bringing out frequent collaborater Eve for the medley’s grand finale. “Come together all over the world/ From the hood to Japan, Harajuku girls/ What, it’s all love/ What, give it up/ What, shouldn’t matter, shouldn’t matter, shouldn’t matter, shouldn’t matter,” the duo sang before the rapper catapulted into her iconic rap verse from the 2004 single.
The throwback performance comes on the heels of Love. Angel. Music. Baby‘s 15th anniversary, which Stefani commemorated earlier in November by releasing a remastered version of the album along with some of her favorite merch designs from the era.
Check out Stefani’s stunning performance below.