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Before 'Just A Girl' Show Cancellation, Gwen Stefani Hyped Up Residency Dancers

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By Adreon Patterson

Gwen Stefani was so excited to resume her Just A Girl residency in Las Vegas that she reposted a rehearsal video from her choreographer Luther Brown.

Unfortunately for Stefani as well as her fans, Vegas tourists and her team, the pop singer fell ill and was unable to perform the February 8 show.

Stefani made the official announcement on her Twitter account. She expressed her disappointment in having to cancel the performance as well as offering disheartened fans a refund for the show.

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Before Stefani canceled her upcoming Las Vegas residency, the pop icon reposted a video from her choreographer Luther Brown.

The famed choreographer is seen rehearsing with residency dancers to a live version of Stefani's 2006 single "Wind It Up." The group is seen practicing the full routine with Brown participates with the rest before watching the others.

Her excitement for her upcoming performances could be seen as she captioned her post by shouting out Brown as well as her residency.

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Stefani could not hide her disappointment at the cancellation as she sent out a follow-up tweet to reassure fans she had every intention to get back on stage.

Just A Girl residency had a rough start when it began, but has become one of the biggest draws in Sin City. Fans and spectators from far and wide have continued to flock to hear hits like "Hollaback Girl" and "Don't Speak."

This was not the first Stefani had to call off the show as she had previously been too sick to perform in July of last year.

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Following the cancellation, Brown showed Stefani support and well wishes by posting another rehearsal video.

This time, the dancers are seen dancing to Stefani's group No Doubt's 2002 single "Hella Good." The group can be seen freestyle dancing before breaking out into the song's choreography.

Brown has been the "Just a Girl" singer's main choreographer since the residency began in 2018. Stefani in Las Vegas is drawing to a close as her residency will be concluding in May of this year.

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The Las Vegas residency has been the cherry on top of a renaissance Stefani has been experiencing over the past few years.

Stefani joined NBC's The Voice in 2014 as a replacement for Christina Aguilera after releasing new music and touring with No Doubt. By the following year, she released her third solo album This Is What the Truth Feels Like. It became Stefani's first number one album, pushed by the hit "Used to Love You," which was inspired by her divorce from Bush's Gavin Rossdale.

She followed the album with a namesake tour along with announcing her relationship with fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton.

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Stefani returned to The Voice again for season 17, this time as a replacement for Adam Levine. She will be replaced by Nick Jonas on the singing competition's latest season.

She is expected to resume the residency in the future as Stefani mentioned in her Twitter post with the conclusion just months away.

In the meantime, she can be heard boyfriend Blake Shelton's latest single "Nobody But You" off of his greatest hits album Fully Loaded: God's Country. The duo performed the song on this year's Grammy Awards to mixed response.

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