Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi Preview Music Video for Sultry Spanish Track 'Echame La Culpa'

The thirty-second clip sees the 'Tell Me You Love Me' songstress roaming around Victorian-themed bedroom, while Luis is seen walking down a dark alley.

AceShowbiz - Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi's highly-anticipated collaboration is coming soon. After releasing the snippet of the song, the pair unleashed a teaser for music video for their Spanish collaborative track "Echame La Culpa" on November 15.

The thirty-second clip sees the "Tell Me You Love Me" crooner, wrapped up in green corset, fishnet stockings and a frilly red coat, roaming around Victorian-themed bedroom. Meanwhile, Luis is seen walking down a dark alley. The scene then switches to show the duo dancing and singing at a club along with a group of dancers. The video ends with Demi saying, "Hey Fonsi."

Shortly after the release of the music video teaser, fans can't stop raving about it. They leave comments saying that they can't wait for the official release of the track. An avid fan even says that their collaboration is going to be the best collaboration of the year. "I'm so pumped for this. One of my favorite singers from my country and Demi, my favorite singer ever. I couldn't ask for more! This is gonna be awesome," a fan wrote.

Both Demi and Luis have teased the said collaboration several times on their Instagram accounts. On October 21, Demi posted a picture of herself during the music video shoot. She captioned it, "Music video shoot." Luis also posted on the same day a picture of himself on the set of the music video. They left a comment on each other's posts.

Demi also posted a picture of herself posing with the "Despacito" hitmaker in a recording studio on November 10. The "Camp Rock" star was seen smiling straight at the camera while putting her arm on Luis' waist.

The duo finally confirmed their long-awaited collaboration on November 14 by announcing the track's title as well as the snippet of the song, where Demi could be heard singing several lines in Spanish. "You never really knew me/ The magic that made us fall in love is already gone," she rhymed. "And I wouldn't want to be in your place because your only mistake was meeting me."

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