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The No Doubt frontwoman walks with some animated characters and some dancers in the colorful visuals directed by Sophie Muller.
The No Doubt vocalist plays a 1-minute snippet of the song as she promotes her new single 'Baby Don't Lie' on Ryan Seacrest's radio show.
Co-penned by Benny Blanco and Ryan Tedder, the song will appear on the No Doubt frontwoman's upcoming solo album.
The collaboration will be featured on the Scottish DJ's new album, 'Motion', that will be released on November 4.
The 'Voice' coach has reportedly also shot a music video for the new song with director Sophie Muller.
Also making appearances on the Scottish DJ's star-studded fourth LP scheduled for November 4 are John Newman, Big Sean, HAIM and Tinashe.
According to her manager Irving Azoff, the singer is now recording new tracks for the album in Miami and she will perfom the lead single off the set on 'The Voice' later this season.
Fallon hilariously covers Spike Jones' 'Cocktails for Two', but Shelton and Stefani win the battle with their take on Lionel Richie and Diana Ross' 'Endless Love'.
The No Doubt vocalist's first single off her upcoming solo album will reportedly premiere on October 6.
The singer reunites with Pharrell Williams, her 'Hollaback Girl' collaborator and her co-coach in the upcoming season of 'The Voice', for her new projects.
The No Doubt singer takes her adorable six-month-old son to the match between Roger Federer and Gael Monfils.
The 'Colbert Report' host has some playful revenge by introducing the 'Voice' coach as 'Gwar Stemponi' on 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'.
Written by 'Chandelier' hitmaker Sia, the piano-driven ballad is set to appear in Maroon 5's 'V' album that's coming out on September 2.
The 50-year-old comedian said Gwen was not 'a huge fan of the show' after she mispronounced his last name when presenting him with an award at the Monday awards-giving event.
Blake Shelton jokingly says he's sick of Gwen and Pharrell's love declaration, while Adam Levine disses Blake's singing skills.