The former Disney darling premieres the high school-themed music video for her latest single, in which she plays a student, a gym teacher and her own parents.
Selena Gomez's highly-anticipated music video for "Bad Liar" has finally been released. After posting several posters for the new video a few days ago on Instagram, Selena treats her fans to a high school-themed music video set in the 1970s.
The Jesse Peretz-directed video sees Selena arriving at her school with her bike. She is later seen staring at her female gym teacher and a male teacher flirting with each other. Selena seems to be interested in one of them as she keeps looking at the two with admiration and jealousy. The story ends with Selena looking at a polaroid photo of her crush.
At the very end of the video, Selena teases her next project, "Fetish", which can be either the follow-up track to "Bad Liar" or the title of her new album. In the dreamy clip, the 24-year-old singer is standing in the middle of a park while staring at the camera. There's no clue when "Fetish" will be released as the title card only says, "COMING SOON."
The high school-themed music video makes fans reminisce about Selena's days as Alex Russo on "Wizards of Waverly Place". A YouTube user comments, "Selena, loving the throwback 'Wizards of Waverly Place' vibes." Another writes, "This reminds me of when Selena was in her old disney days. I LOVE THIS SO MUCHH."