AceShowbiz - Selena Gomez has given the first look at a music video for her collaboration with Marshmello, "Wolves". The "Fetish" singer shows her bold side in the short teaser, looking sultry while wearing a red lipstick.
She is seen crawling on the floor in another raw moment. In other scenes, she's sashaying her way in a sparkling silver dress and ends up on the edge of a tall diving board, as if she's going to jump.
Selena will perform the song live for the first time at the 2017 American Music Awards, which is scheduled to take place on November 19 in Los Angeles. It will mark her stage comeback since receiving a kidney transplant from her best friend Francia Raisa.
"Here's a first look at the music video for Wolves! Tune-in to the @amas Nov 19th to see me perform it live for the first time. #SELENAxAMAs," so she wrote along with the sneak peek.
It's unclear if the music video will be released during or after the AMAs. This, however, will not be the first clip released for "Wolves". Earlier this month, the former Disney darling released a vertical video for the track.
In the said visuals, Selena is seen having a video call with her collaborator Marshmello. Rocking a sexy pink bathrobe with wet hair, she excitedly dances and sings to "Wolves" on a picnic table at her backyard as she tells the popular DJ that she can't stop thinking about the song.
The 25-year-old singer/actress recently revealed in an interview with Apple Music that the song might be one of her most personal records, saying that it mirrored everything she had been going through. "The song is very beautiful and personal," the "Bad Liar" songstress said. "Weirdly, at the same time I was working on it in Japan. I was going through stuff too, so it's mirrored everything."
She then added that her new album might be released a lot sooner than expected. "It's [the album] a lot sooner than I think people anticipate. I want to call the shots, I want it to be good, I want it to be ready, I don't want to do anything that's forced. It will be soon," she shared.