GWEN Stefani has shared new photos of her fit figure looking ageless in a see-through top.
The Voice star recently faced backlash from fans who have accused her of “cultural appropriation.”
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But that hasn’t stopped Gwen, 53, from sharing sexy photos of her incredible physique on social media.
The singer took to her Instagram profile on Monday night to post a reel video from behind the scenes of a new photoshoot.
The TV personality looked stunning in a black see-through bodysuit with the words: “I heart cowboys,” as her toned abs peeked out from underneath.
Gwen paired the top with tight leather pants and black feathered heeled boots for an over-the-top outfit.
The mother of three had full glam makeup and tied her platinum blonde hair into a curly ponytail as she snapped mirror clips of herself in a trailer.
She showed off her fabulous makeup and even glammed up with a lavender feather boa for some selfies.
Gwen made sure to film her gold and turquoise jewelry as she smiled for her fans, looking decades younger.
The songwriter captioned her post: “I luv cowboys, my cowboy luvs me gx.”
Fans flooded the comments with praise for the TV star and her flawless figure.
Despite her positivity on social media, Gwen recently received backlash over claiming she’s of Japanese descent in a January interview.
The 53-year-old singer made the comment during a conversation with Allure.
At one point, Gwen touched on her supposed Japanese ethnicity while reflecting on the culture’s influence in her work.
When speaking about Harajuku lovers (which she named her 2008 fragrance line and cited as the influence behind her solo album, Love.Angel.Music.Baby) she shared that her ties to the culture were through her father.
The fashion mogul’s father worked for Yamaha, which required him to frequently visit Japan from their home in California for nearly two decades.
“That was my Japanese influence and that was a culture that was so rich with tradition, yet so futuristic [with] so much attention to art and detail and discipline and it was fascinating to me,” she explained.
The article noted Gwen’s father’s Italian-American descent and that he would retell stories of his trips when he returned home.
The Spiderwebs singer also shared how she eventually experienced Harajuku herself as an adult and believed she was a part of it.
“I said, ‘My God, I’m Japanese and I didn’t know it,’” adding, “I am, you know.”
Gwen then described herself as a “super fan” of the culture and defended herself from trolls mocking her supposed Japanese connection.
“If [people are] going to criticize me for being a fan of something beautiful and sharing that, then I just think that doesn’t feel right,” the mom-of-three ranted.
The Voice alum continued: “I think it was a beautiful time of creativity.
“A time of the ping-pong match between Harajuku culture and American culture.
“[It] should be okay to be inspired by other cultures because if we’re not allowed then that’s dividing people, right?”
However, critics disagreed with Gwen’s views and slammed her on social media.
One Twitter user shared a link to the article and sarcastically wrote: “Not Gwen Stefani referring to herself as a Japanese girl several times in her interview.”
Another tweeted: “Gwen Stefani used Asian women as props to help her get rich, and her response is… “I’m Japanese”????”
A third person angrily replied: “excuse me?” while a fourth called the hitmaker “just as messy as ever.”
Getty Images – GettyGwen and Blake Shelton married in 2021[/caption]
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