Gwen Stefani apparently isn't everyone's favorite girl in Malaysia.
A Muslim students group that objects to the pop star's sexy style and come-hither lyrics is pushing to have Stefani's first-ever concert in Kuala Lumpur scrapped before the spotlights have a chance to shine.
"Her video clips promoting the event are too obscene," Mohamad Hilmi Ramli, president of the National Union of Malaysian Muslim Students, told Reuters. "We want the organizers to cancel the concert, failing which we will ask the authorities to intervene."
Just over half of Malaysia's 26 million-strong population considers itself Muslim, with Buddhists, Christians and Hindus composing sizeable minorities.
"[Malaysian mobile phone company Maxis Communications] has been staging a series of foreign acts…to make a profit and to expose our young generation to things such as moral decay," Ramli added.
According to Stefani's Website, the Aug. 21 show is still on. The Star, a Malaysian English-language newspaper, predicted last month that the concert, part of the platinum-blonde chanteuse's Sweet Escape world tour, at Putra Indoor Stadium could attract up to 9,000 people.
The L.A.M.B. designer, who has always been the best model for her signature brand of flirty-meets-sporty gear, will then close out the Asian leg of her tour with stops in Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan before heading to Honolulu.
Stefani is currently entertaining the masses Down Under, rocking Sydney's Acer Arena yesterday and Sunday. The 37-year-old wife and mother showed the Southern Hemisphere that she obviously isn't all about sex-n'-stuff, stepping off the stage to mix with the fans during one part of the show and dedicating "The Real Thing" to her 14-month-old son, Kingston.
Sounds like family values to us.