No Doubt have been performing together since before current pop stars like Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift were born. Amid all the newcomers performing at yesterday's MTV Europe Music Awards, Gwen Stefani and her bandmates embraced their moment when they performed their latest single, 'Looking Hot.'

The band left behind the controversy over the song's music video and treated the Frankfurt, Germany crowd to an upbeat rendition of the tune. "Go ahead and look at me cause that's what I want," Stefani teased as the song began. "Take a good look, won't you please, cause that's what I want / I know you wanna stare / You can't help it and I don't care."

No Doubt were hoping for a second opportunity to take the stage during the EMAs, as they were nominated for Best Pop Artist, but they lost that award to Bieber.

The EMA performance came just a few days after No Doubt played their first concert together in three years, performing 'Just a Girl,' 'Hey Baby,' 'Push and Shove' and many more to a small crowd in Paris. Next, they will perform at the American Music Awards on Nov. 18, followed by a run of seven shows at the Gibson Amphitheatre in L.A. starting on Nov. 24.