Starting off as a normal stroll home in a suburban area, the video shows the singer glistening and singing to the sun before she arrives at her destination... and that's about as normal as it gets.
After watching Selena Gomez's official video for her song, 'Fetish, ' we aren't sure whether to feel concerned for her or enticed by the weirdness of her actions during it. Turns out, Gomez's sexual desires, otherwise known as "fetishes", are freaky as told by the video.
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Selena Gomez can make the stars dance, love someone like a love song stuck on repe-pe-pe-pe-peat and go an entire year without rain, but don't bother trying to make her keep her hands to herself - or, really, her mouth. Then, it flashes back from Gomez looking into the light to her eating -not-so-edible foods like glass and soap.
Both tracks are thought to be destined for the follow-up to her 2015 album "Revival", although Gomez has yet to announce it.
"Fetish", which is now #27 on the Billboard Hot 100, follows the success of her previous single "Bad Liar" off of her forthcoming album due out later this year. "Fetish" has already climbed the music charts like her other singles "Bad Liar" and "It Ain't Me" did earlier this summer. "Don't see a point in blaming you / If I were you, I'd do me too". We will be sure to let you know whenever we know, though. She also thanked her fans on Instagram for all of their love and support.
As haunting as the video is, it captures the essence of obscure fetishes to a tee.