Gwen Stefani’s 'Misery' Music Video (Inspired by Blake Shelton) Is All About the Fashion: Watch!

It's finally here! Gwen Stefani didn't need boyfriend Blake Shelton to star in her latest music video to show the world how much she loves him. Despite the song title, the No Doubt frontwoman can't stop grinning in "Misery," which debuted on Tuesday, May 31.

In the video, the mom of three, 46, belts out the catchy tune while frolicking in an abandoned warehouse with three male dancers.

"You're like drugs, you're like drugs to me / I'm so into you totally," Stefani sings. "So put me out of my misery / Hurry up, come see me / Enough, enough of this suffering."

Stefani's telling lyrics about Shelton, 39, aren't the only reason to press repeat. The L.A.M.B. designer makes several colorful wardrobe changes in the video. Some of her more eccentric looks include a flowery headpiece, a nude-colored sheer gown, a head-turning red lace dress and a gold beaded outfit with a crown a la Charlize Theron in Snow White & the Huntsman.

Stefani's new track is featured on her third solo studio album, This Is What The Truth Feels Like. The star wrote the new music following her painful divorce from Bush rocker Gavin Rossdale and headline-making rebound with Shelton, also newly divorced (from Miranda Lambert).

"It feels like I'm supposed to be doing this right now and sharing my story," Stefani told Good Morning America of her new music in April. "And I really hope that this record brings pleasure and, I don't know, documents people's, you know, lives in this moment. And I just — I'm so happy to share it."

Watch Stefani's music video above!

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