Gwen Stefani made history at the 2016 Grammys.
In partnership with Target, the 46-year-old singer became the first-ever person to film a live music video (for her new single "Make Me Like You") during a four-minute commercial break. "I can't believe that happened," she confessed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday. "That was a trip."
"They'd been talking about it since Christmas and planning it. Every little detail counts. There's hundreds of people working there," the pop star told host Jimmy Kimmel. "I personally worked on it probably like six days, maybe, at the most, [but] like 7 in the morning 'til 3 in the morning."
Stefani also cleared some confusion regarding the crash scene that appears in the "Make Me Like You" music video. "Everybody thinks that was me, but there was a stunt double," the singer said. "We did that on purpose so people would go, 'Oh, my God! It's live and she fell.'"
Of course, Kimmel had to ask Stefani about the music video's references to her love life. "You had a neon sign that said Blake's. Now, was that for Blake Lively or Blake Griffin, or perhaps maybe another?" he joked. Stefani tried to play coy, telling him, "I don't know. That was just a coincidence. I don't know why they put that. That was weird." Kimmel then tried a more direct approach, asking his guest, "That song is about Blake Shelton?" Stefani laughed at his boldness before answering. "It is, actually," she said. "I will admit that that song is about that guy, yeah."