Selena Gomez hardly keeps hands to herself in new video
December 26, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
It’s all a dream, arrange of.
Selena Gomez’s newest video – to a strike single, “Hands to Myself” – appears to be a amorous small shave about a lady who stalks a film star, violation into his house, cavorting scarcely exposed and in his garments on his bed and in a bath, and eventually removing cuffed and sent to jail for a effort.
That’s before a warn finale of a stylish video, that was destined by eminent filmmaker Alek Keshishian.
But Keshishian, who also destined a 1991 documentary“Madonna: Truth or Dare,” laughed off a idea to Entertainment Weekly.
“I’ve never seen ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’” he told a publication, adding that a closet of a intent of Selena’s love – that contains rows of monochromatic shirts and trousers and bears a similarity to that of Christian Grey – “was a approach to fast make it seem like [this] was somebody who had income and success.”
According to EW, it was “Truth or Dare,” in fact, that led a former Disney star to find out Keshishian for a “Hands to Myself” video.
“I always like to find a opposite approach of saying a celebrity,” he said, referring to a stalker narrative. “Selena’s conduct was in a same place.”
This is Keshishian’s initial song video given 2002, and he seems to be open to collaborating with Gomez again.
“You’re operative with somebody who knows how to perform to camera and for camera,” he told EW. “She’s so good during it.”