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Selena Gomez releases 'Hands to Myself' music video

The songstress strips down to slinky black lingerie, as the identity of the mystery guy on her Instagram is revealed

By Shantila Lee | Published: 22 Dec 2015

Video: Apple Music

[Updated 22 December 2015] In the new video for Hands to Myself, Selena Gomez plays a celebrity stalker who is so obsessed with a movie star that she breaks into his house and tries to seduce him. The movie star is played by Christopher Mason, the mystery guy Selena introduced on Instagram a few days ago.

Oh, and there's a plot twist, so keep your eyes peeled while watching the video.

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Selena Gomez has released a teaser of her new Hands to Myself music video, featuring the new Beats by Dre Pill+. The third track off her second studio album, Revival, the song was also featured in the Victoria's Secret angels lip sync video.

In the video, Selena rocks faux bangs and black undies, sauntering around a posh pad. When she gets to the bedroom, she hits the play button on the Beats speaker and writhes around the bed. She quite literally can't keep her hands to herself.

Plus points for product placement and making Selena look very much like a VS angel herself. Watch the video here.

Related: Coldplay releases 'Everglow' featuring Gwyneth Paltrow
Related: Watch Miley Cyrus sing in psychedelic video for 'Lighter'


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