After Selena Gomez’s released the audio to “Bad Liar” almost a month ago, she has finally treated fans with the official music video.
Since it came out on Wednesday (14th June), eagle-eyed fans have spotted a pair of famous divas in Gomez’s new visual. In a surprising revelation, Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato were featured on a wall art. Did you spot them?
In the Jesse Peretz-directed 70s style video, the 24-year-old singer can be seen portraying 4 interacting characters as they navigate school life, family issues, and conflicting desires. Not only does Gomez plays an unpopular school girl but she also develops a crush on a female PE teacher (yep, that’s the singer in the Farrah Fawcett style blonde wig).
Although the video is charming and unconventional, fan groups (like Selenators and the Swifties) are most excited about the bedroom scene. If you look closely at the bedroom wall in the background, you’d notice a “Charlie’s Angels” poster featuring Swift (center) and Lovato (left). Too cute, no?
Here’s what Twittersphere thinks:
There's an Easter Egg of what looks to be Taylor Swift in some Charlie's Angels poster in Selena Gomez's "Bad Liar" music video. pic.twitter.com/uQF4SZdSbM
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) June 15, 2017
what bout the other poster pic.twitter.com/14zCvZCOZh
— auzene (@holygroundred) June 15, 2017
It’s no secret that Gomez is super tight with Katy Perry’s nemesis. While Gomez has been enjoying time away from the limelight with her boyfriend The Weeknd, Swift also has been keeping a low profile since dating English actor Joe Alwyn.
Even though Gomez and Lovato had a brief falling out, it’s nice to see that perhaps the former BFFs are on good terms again. Regardless of the fan speculation that’s been going on, we enjoyed watching the elaborate narrative for “Bad Liar”.
Watch the full clip here:
Interestingly enough, if you watch till the end, the video also teases Gomez’s next single, which is titled “Fetish”. The pop star has revealed that the tune will be wildly different from “Bad Liar” and “It Ain’t Me”.