Gwen Stefani is dressed to kill in metallic optical illusion dress and footless tights for night out in London

Gwen Stefani is dressed to kill in metallic optical illusion dress and footless tights for night out in London

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08:56 GMT, 27 September 2012

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Looking good: Gwen Stefani looked incredible in a metallic optical illusion dress as she headed out in London on Wednesday night

Leggy look: The singer put her pins on parade in a pair of saucy, footless stockings

Leggy look: The singer put her pins on parade in a pair of saucy, footless stockings

Leggy look: The singer put her pins on parade in a pair of saucy, footless stockings

Gwen, who is currently on a
promotional blitz for No Doubt's sixth studio album Push And Shove, was
snapped arriving back at her hotel.

She wore her blonde hair in a side
parting, swept over to the side, complete with dramatic eye make-up and a
splash of pink lipstick.

In a new interview, No Doubt say they feel every song on their new album is 'pretty awesome'.

Promotional blitz: Gwen is currently promoting her new album with band No Doubt

Promotional blitz: Gwen is currently promoting her new album with band No Doubt

Guitarist Tom Dumont – who is joined in the band by Gwen Stefani, Tony
Kamal and Adrian Young – admits the new LP 'Push and Shove' is not the
kind of work where you have to skip past filler tracks as he thinks they
are all very good.

He said: 'I love all the songs on the album, and I think for me,
personally, I love albums the most where you don't have to forward past
filler, and I don't want to presume to make that judgment on our album,
but for me, I feel like every song is pretty awesome.'

However, he is particularly enamoured with the final song on the album because it has a feeling of a 'prom' theme.

Working mum: The mother-of-two has just begun a whirlwind promotional tour for the band's sixth album, and she is also caring for her youngest son Zuma

Two-tone style: Stefani arrived in London from Paris on Tuesday
proudly displayed her ska roots by wearing a two-tone
checkerboard-printed trench, seen here with youngest son Zuma

Poncho pretty: The L.A.M.B. designer covered her enviable figure in a black chiffon poncho over a black mini-skirt, black toeless tights, and black Christian Louboutin heels

Poncho pretty: The L.A.M.B. designer covered her enviable figure in a black chiffon poncho over a black mini-skirt, black toeless tights, and black Christian Louboutin heels

Poncho pretty: Later on Tuesday the L.A.M.B. designer covered her enviable figure in a black chiffon poncho over a black mini-skirt, black toeless tights, and black Christian Louboutin heels

He told MTV.com: 'The last song on the album is called Dreaming the
Same Dream, and as we were writing it, we were trying to do this prom
song, and there's just something about it that I love.

'It has this
amazing ending that ends the album really powerfully. Right now, that's
my jam.'

The band have been carefully working on their new material since reuniting in 2008 – after taking a hiatus in 2004.

During their break, Gwen enjoyed worldwide solo success and launched her own fashion lines – L.A.M.B. and Harajuku Lovers.