Gwen Stefani, the renowned “Sweet Escape” singer and coach on The Voice, stole the spotlight with her glamorous ensemble during the taping of the season 24 finale. The fashion-forward artist showcased her unique style, leaving fans in awe of her head-to-toe diamonds and feathers.
For the first part of the two-part finale, Stefani, a coach for Team Gwen, donned a strapless pale blue-and-pink feathered dress by Marchesa, paired with platform lace-up heels. Her accessories included an array of diamond bangles, charm bracelets, a diamond choker necklace, matching dangly earrings, and various diamond rings. The 54-year-old singer’s ice-blonde locks were elegantly styled in a messy bun with a few curled tendrils framing her face. Completing her look, she opted for shimmery silver eyeshadow, bold black eyeliner, and a glossy pink lip.
The “Hollaback Girl” artist’s ethereal appearance drew comparisons to Frozen’s Queen Elsa, with fans praising her as a “gorgeous ice princess” and acknowledging her “class and beauty.” Social media buzzed with compliments, with one fan noting, “It’s giving royalty,” while another expressed, “Omggg you eat it up everytimeee. No misses, just stunning.”
Despite not having any contestants from her team in the final five, Gwen Stefani radiated confidence and style at The Voice finale, joining fellow judges Reba McEntire, John Legend, and Niall Horan. The competition is fierce among the remaining musicians from Teams Reba, Niall, and Legend.
Regrettably, Gwen Stefani and Niall Horan will not return for The Voice’s upcoming season 25. Instead, new coaches Dan + Shay will join Reba McEntire and John Legend, with Chance the Rapper making a return. Gwen, who has coached seven seasons intermittently, expressed mixed emotions about leaving, stating, “I feel sad and excited at the same time. . . It’s exciting, still, because I’ve fallen in love with so many people out there and they’re just so good. I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen.”
The first part of the finale aired on Monday, December 18, and the second part will air tonight, Tuesday, December 19, at 9 p.m. ET on NBC, live or through Peacock. Fans eagerly anticipate the crowning of the winner and the conclusion of another thrilling season of The Voice.