We're going to give it to you straight.
Maybe it's her relationship with fellow "Voice" judge Blake Shelton or their stunt queen-levels of PDA, but we've lost a little faith in Gwen Stefani. Where is the punk-pop goddess we fell in love with?
The one thing that's always kept us rooting for Stefani's success, however, is her immense talent as a performer and songwriter. "Used to Love You," a heartbreaking ballad inspired by the collapse of her marriage to Gavin Rossdale, was a major bright spot in her roller coaster of a year.
Thankfully, Stefani has assuaged our concerns by releasing the full track list for her upcoming album "This Is What the Truth Feels Like..." on Twitter Tuesday night. And by the looks of it, the "No Doubt" singer is baring her soul.
One cannot read track titles like "Misery," "Red Flag" and "Me Without You" without thinking of the cheating rumors surrounding Stefani and Rossdale's breakup and her new romance with Shelton.
"I would consider [the new album] a breakup record," Stefani revealed in a radio interview with San Diego's 93.3 last year, adding, "It just makes me believe in God and my journey. My cross to bear was to go through these heartbreaks and write these songs and help people."
People magazine revealed the cover art for her new album, which will be released March 18.
And in other good news, Stefani's live music video for "Make Me Like You" will debut at the Grammy Awards on Monday.
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