Гвен Стефани выглядит как рождественский подарок в Рокфеллер-центре Нью-Йорка

Gwen brought everyone a festive mood and blinding his speech in new York on Thursday, November 14!
The countdown to Christmas is officially on! 50 – year-old Gwen Stefani looked absolutely great, because on Thursday, November 14, she performed a few holiday songs in new York. The voice judge took to the stage to record performances ahead of the annual Ceremony of the lightening of the trees Rockefeller center, and stunned red and gold glitter mini! Dress with mesh detail on top of it combined sexy festive outfit with shiny knee-high boots from Christian Louboutin and fishnet tights burlesque!

Гвен Стефани выглядит как рождественский подарок в Рокфеллер-центре Нью-Йорка
With her blonde tresses in a sleek pony tail and her signature red lipstick, Gwen sang the classic tune “White Christmas”, as well as your own holiday track “You make it feel like Christmas” from his album in 2017 according to the published videos on social networks. Her dancers were also in the course of the topic, dancing in mini-dresses, inspired by the Nutcracker! For the second set, where she performed “Hollaback Girl” and “Sweet Escape”, Gwen changed her appearance with a silver jacket with sequins and the other a pair of suitable boots to the knees, and beautiful scenery was like a Christmas fantasy.

The ceremony of lighting the trees is an annual event in new York dates back to 1931. The tree this year — spruce, which came from the village of Florida in orange County, new York. The tree, which will stand until January 14, 2020, crowned with a crystal star Swarovski and adorned with 50,000 colored lights! The tree will be lit for the first time via the TV broadcast on NBC Wednesday, December 4.
For the last day Gwen was busy, as it was just at the Country Music Awards in Nashville on Wednesday, November 13! Gwen supported her man Blake, who won the award for single of the year for “Country of God”, which he also performed.

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