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Selena Gomez Dropped An Intimate And Sensual ‘Audio’ Video For Her Song ‘Fetish’

Selena Gomez’ video for “Fetish” is so simple yet so hot.

Selena Gomez fans finally have a new video to totally obsess over just a month after Gomez dropped “Bad Liar” — and it doesn’t disappoint. The video features a simple, static shot of Gomez’s glossed-up lips as she sings the song. Throughout the video, Gomez plays with her manicured nails, making for a very sensual and intimate experience as Gomez rubs her lips, flicks her tongue, and laughs into the camera. It keeps that 1970’s glam aesthetic that Gomez recently utilized in her “Bad Liar” video, and it works.

Fans are already obsessing over the new song.

^^ That is dedication.

It’s even turning the haters into baby Selenators.

Music is a powerful thing, y’all.

The song has already made it to the No. 1 spot on the U.S. iTunes charts at the time of this story.

CREDIT: Screenshot: iTunes

That “Despactio” remix with Justin Bieber has finally been dethroned and all it took was his ex-girlfriend. Dayyummm.


READ: Selena Gomez’s “Bad Liar” Has A Ton Of Secrets And Social Media Is Flipping Out

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This Major Brand Is Standing Up For People Of Color And The LGBTQ Community In Sports

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This Major Brand Is Standing Up For People Of Color And The LGBTQ Community In Sports

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Nike has launched a new program geared toward equality for everyone through sport. The sporting apparel company has teamed up with athletes and celebrities to give the initiative some visibility. One of the partners for the program is none other than Olympic gymnast and human emoji Laurie Hernandez.

Nike has launched their Equality campaign with the help of some very well known athletes including Laurie Hernandez.

The campaign is about equality for several groups of people including African-Americans, the LGBTQ community, and Native American and Aboriginal people in North America.

“Sport unites us and empowers us to be better, no matter how you look, what youbelieve or what language you speak. #EQUALITY,” reads the Nike website.

In a video posted to Vimeo, Hernandez gives a quick definition of what equality means to her.

Equality :: Laurie Hernandez – V1 from space150 on Vimeo.

“Everyone, no matter their race, their color, or their religion, everyone gets treated the same way whether it’s in sports or in life,” Hernandez says in the video.

If you want to learn more about Nike #EQUALITY, you can click here.


READ: Here’s How Laurie Hernandez’s Character Dealt With The Awkward Moment When Her Friend Over Compensated Her ‘Latina-ness’

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