Gwen Stefani survived squirming in a live TV interview on Tuesday (27Oct15) when she was asked if her divorce from Gavin Rossdale had inspired her new song.

The No Doubt frontwoman announced her split from Gavin in August (15) after nearly 13 numerous marriage, and latest research by (Oct15), she debuted her latest single, Used to Love You, for a concert in New York City.

The track features lyrics like, “I thought I was a very important thing that ever happened to you/I guess nobody taught you ways to love.”

Fans have speculated the tune is all about her broken romance using the Bush rocker, and Gwen admitted her emotions are common “very real” during an appearance along with her The Voice co-stars on U.S. breakfast show Today on Tuesday.

“Your personal life has elevated the headlines,” said host Matt Lauer. “Are fans misinterpreting something here or possibly is it all in front of them in front of us the song?”

Clearly caught off-guard because of the question, the singer blushed, before trying to tackle the subject.

“Oh my God, put me right then!” she exclaimed. “What I’ll say this is that I’ve never put a list out where I’m you go through things in real time…”

She added, “I wrote that song a month ago, and I sat looking at a camera in a very dressing room, randomly not setting up a video, to do some video to the screens behind me (onstage), after which it broke down and it was the (official) video. It’s all very real.”

Gwen took to admit she’s got been grateful for fans’ support during her personal troubles.

“It’s nice to perform music and have absolutely that support from everybody,” she continued. “I are not aware of these people (individually), but… I feel their energy and love go back at me (when I’m onstage) that is really comforting.”

Gwen’s comments emerge days following singer and her estranged husband reportedly signed off while on an agreement to split their assets and share custody in their three sons. A judge is predicted to finalise the divorce with the end of year (15).