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Gwen Stefani at Empire State Building

Gwen Stefani on Monday, November 20 flipped the switch at the iconic Empire State Building. Kicking off the season and promoting the 2017 holiday light show, the pop icon and three-time Grammy Award winner was the star at the symbolic lighting ceremony. World-renowned lighting designer Marc Brickman will choreograph the building’s lights to Gwen Stefani’s “You Make It Feel Like Christmas” which will be simulcast on iHeartRadio.

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About Gwen Stefani

A three-time Grammy Award winner, Gwen Stefani has achieved worldwide success as a performer, songwriter and recording artist who has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. Stefani released her first holiday album, “You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” on Oct. 6.  The disc includes a duet with Blake Shelton and features six originals and six classic holiday tunes.  Stefani will star in “Gwen Stefani’s You Make It Feel Like Christmas,” is a modern take on traditional Christmas specials. Featuring music performances and fun holiday-themed sketches, the hour-long program will capture Stefani’s infectious spirit and iconic style, and share it with audiences around the country.  The special includes music from Stefani’s new album, along with holiday classics, comedy and more.   “Gwen Stefani’s You Make It Feel Like Christmas” will air Dec. 12 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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About the Empire State Building

Soaring 1,454 feet above Midtown Manhattan (from base to antenna), the Empire State Building, owned by Empire State Realty Trust, Inc., is the “World’s Most Famous Building.” With new investments in energy efficiency, infrastructure, public areas and amenities, the Empire State Building has attracted first-rate tenants in a diverse array of industries from around the world. The skyscraper’s robust broadcasting technology supports all major television and FM radio stations in the New York metropolitan market. The Empire State Building was named America’s favorite building in a poll conducted by the American Institute of Architects, and the Empire State Building Observatory is one of the world’s most beloved attractions as the region’s #1 tourist destination. For more information on the Empire State Building, please visit www.empirestatebuilding.com,www.facebook.com/empirestatebuilding, @EmpireStateBldg, www.instagram.com/empirestatebldg,www.youtube.com/esbnyc or www.pinterest.com/empirestatebldg/.

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