L.A.M.B.s Rejoice! Get a Sneak Peek at Gwen Stefani’s New Nickelodeon Series, Kuu Kuu Harajuku

09/13/2016 at 11:00 AM ET

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Just in case singer, fashion designer, mom, reality show judge and timeless style icon aren’t enough, Gwen Stefani can now add kids’ television show creator to her résumé!

The musician has collaborated with Nickelodeon to create Kuu Kuu Harajuku, an animated series focusing on a group of girls — named, of course, Love, Angel, Music and Baby — as well as their leader G, and their adventures in the Harajuku world.

“Partnering with Nickelodeon on Kuu Kuu Harajuku is a dream come true!” Stefani, 46, says. “It’s been incredible to see the Harajuku Girls and the world they live in come to life.”

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The premise of the new show, created by the No Doubt frontwoman in conjunction with Moody Street Kids and Vision Animation, has the girls starting a band called HJ5. They run into challenges in every episode that keep them from ever getting to actually play a concert, but they keep working tirelessly to realize their dreams.

“I love that this is an animated series for young girls that celebrates creativity, imagination and individuality,” says Stefani, who has three children of her own: sons Kingston, 10, Zuma, 8, and Apollo, 2½. “I can’t wait for everyone to see it!”

The show comprises 26 episodes, and aside from a co-creating credit, Stefani also serves as an executive producer.

“The artwork is so beautiful and the whole series turned out better than I could have ever imagined,” adds Stefani, who also sings the show’s theme song.

Kuu Kuu Harajuku premieres on Nickelodeon Monday, Oct. 3, at 4 p.m. ET/PT. It will run every day at the same time through Friday, Oct. 7 before continuing every Saturday at 8:30 a.m. ET/PT.

A full episode is available now on Nick.com and the Nick App.

Jen Juneau with reporting by Melody Chiu

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mo0o on

oh look its the power puff girls, such creativity!!!!!!!!!!! rolls eyes

Jane on

Gwen really can do anything. She looks stunning and radiates positivity and happiness… so… bring on the lonely haters who wait for the first sign of peace and love to attack.

Gwen can cry about your comments all the way to the bank. Again. And then she’ll donate a bunch more money to another charity and you’ll hate her for that too.

Maybe concentrate on the real bad guys in the world.

Too bad on

MoOo5, that didn’t look anything like the powerpuff girls. And yes her creativity has earned her quite the life. Isn’t it exhausting for all you people hating on her just because she’s dating blake shelton? Crissakes, the divorce has been over a year now, suck it up

Jane on

I agree with Jane and Too bad – My gosh! Leave Gwen alone. Of all the celebs over the years she is one that doesn’t drink, do drugs, sleep around. She’s just a cool, creative mom who trusts people too much and had a horrible husband. Now, she has a guy who loves her kids and adores her. Is her happiness what is so irritating to people? I think she paid her dues. Seems like Blake paid his too. Let them be happy!

Nikki on

I think she drinks just less then blake shelton lol

SeenFromHere on

What makes Gwen want to sexualize little girls? What about character development and other wholesome qualities? Sure these girls are cute, fun, playful and there’s an adventurous flair. But it’s all oriented around sexual images and sex appeal. It’s disappointing to see such a powerful female icon, especially one who seems so sweet herself, to not see the damage early sexualization can cause.