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Ariana Grande Is Getting Sexy And Sandy For Her ‘Love Me Harder Video’


Ariana breaks out the leather and dance moves with brother Frankie in this behind-the-scenes clip.
Ariana Grande is sexy, and a bit sandy, in her upcoming music video for “Love Me Harder.”
In behind-the-scenes clip from her video, Ariana is breaking free of her good girl image, throwing on some leather, letting down her ponytail and showing off her sultry side.

Ariana is seen wearing her signature cat ears on top of a giant sandbox (which we actuallythought was a bed), before joining The Weeknd in a dark staircase, singing the catchy track back-to-back.


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“Today our visuals are really about this tug of war of just loving harder,” director Hannah Lux Davis said. “And the compromise of giving in and needing more and wanting more.”

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During the behind-the-scenes clip, there were some playful moments. Ariana takes a break from shooting to have an impromptu dance session with her brother Frankie, and they joke around in what looks like a sea of foam clouds.
The video concludes with Ariana assuming a familiar position — “I’m laying down in every music video ever” — in a big pool of water.
No word on when the video drops, but Ariana did promise last week that it’s “almost done.” Until then, I will be watching the lyric video of the song, off Ariana’s My Everything, on repeat.

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