Gwen Stefani Makes History at Grammys with First Live Music Video – Watch Now!

Music videos often take days to film – but Gwen Stefani only had four minutes to nail this one!

During the Grammy Awards broadcast on Monday night, Stefani teamed up with Target to deliver the first live music video ever.

The high-energy clip, aired during a commercial break, finds the singer, 46, performing her new single “Make Me Like You” as she goes through impressive wardrobe changes and roller skates with dancers in her multiple glamorous ensembles. Even more striking: Stefani makes her way through various sets in between costume changes. The pressure was on for Stefani to deliver, as the Sophie Muller-directed feat will become the song’s official video on Vevo.

Everything went smoothly until the end of the video when a roller skater who appeared to be Stefani took a tumble. According to TIME and other outlets, it was actually a stunt double and not Stefani who fell. A rep for Target told TIME in an email that the fall was planned.

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Gwen Stefani’s “This Is What the Truth Feels Like”

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Stefani’s single and video – which follow up her smash “Used to Love You” – are part of her forthcoming album This Is What the Truth Feels Like, due out March 18. (Target’s exclusive deluxe version boasts four bonus tracks and is now available for pre-order.)

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Gwen Stefani

It’s an exciting time for Stefani on both the professional and personal fronts – in addition to gearing up to promote new music, she is supporting boyfriend Blake Shelton on NBC’s The Voice. The duo began dating when they were both coaches on the singing competition’s ninth season last year, but now that Christina Aguilera is back in her famous red swivel chair, Stefani is serving as an adviser to Shelton’s team.

Watch what happens when Season 10 of The Voice premieres Feb. 29 at 8 p.m. on NBC.

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