28/10/2015 5:15 PM AEDT | Updated 15/07/2016 12:50 PM AEST

Gwen Stefani Just Added Children's Cartoon Creator To Her Resume

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Gwen Stefani performs during an exclusive concert for MasterCard cardholders at the Hammerstein Ballroom on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015 in New York. (Photo by Greg Allen/Invision/AP)

Most people know Gwen Stefani as the Grammy-award winning singer who made bindis a thing in the 90s. She’s also a mother of three, coach on America’s The Voice and fashion designer.

And now, the 46-year-old is adding children’s cartoon producer to her thriving resume.

On Wednesday, Network Ten announced Stefani’s animated children’s series, Kuu Kuu Harajuku, on which she acted as executive producer, will make its world premiere on Sunday November 1.

The series follows main character “G” -- inspired by Stefani herself -- as she forms a musical group with her friends, Love, Angel, Music and Baby. They're the Harajuku Girls characters Stefani created when she was writing her first solo album, Love. Angel. Music. Baby.

Full of self-expression, confidence and adventure, the characters will have to keep their eye on the prize as they’re confronted with villains and aliens who are out to impede on their success.

The Kuu Kuu Harajuku gang.

Stefani, who released her single Used To Love You last month ahead of her upcoming album made headlines this week after a Today Show host awkwardly asked the star whether the song was about her recent split with husband of 13 years, Gavin Rossdale.

"Oh my God! Put me on the spot!" said an uneasy Stefani.

She responded with a tasteful and truthful response proving her adept professionalism -- after all, this is a woman who’s been in the spotlight for over two decades.

"What I'll say about that is that I've never put a record out where I'm actually going through things in real time," she said.

"I wrote that song like a couple weeks ago, and then I sat in front of a camera in a dressing room randomly not making a video, just to do some video for the screens behind me, and then it went out and it's the video and it's like all very real."

Stefani gave an emotional performance of the single for the first time on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last month.