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‘Emily in Paris’ Actor Lucien Laviscount Stars in Shakira’s New Music Video With Cardi B

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Shakira is getting cozy with Emily in Paris star Lucien Laviscount for her new music video, alongside Cardi B!

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The 47-year-old songstress dropped “Puntería” on Thursday, sporting bubblegum pink tresses as she stars opposite the handsome 31-year-old actor in a fantasy-infused magical music video.

In the song — which features both Shakira and Cardi dancing and flirting with handsome centaurs in a pastel colored mystical realm — the Colombian singer gets particularly steamy with Laviscount as the pair embrace in a giant lotus flower.

Meanwhile, Cardi delivers verses while seducing some other particularly attractive centaur men while dancing in a revealing white ensemble.

The song is featured on Shakira’s new album, Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran, released on March 22.

The new music comes on the heels of a sultry series of teaser shots, which the artist posted on Instagram. 

“Afinando el tiro con @its_lucien en Punteria 🎯🌸 #LMYNL,” Shakira captioned the images. Loosely translated, it means “Perfecting the shot.” 

In the pics, Shakira and Lucien sit together with their bodies intertwined. For one photo, Lucien plants a kiss on the singer’s cheek. 

She also teased Cardi’s involvement shortly before the song dropped, as she posted a photo of herself and the rapper smiling together, and wrote, “Ready @iamcardib? Just one hour away!”

Earlier this month, the mom of two candidly spoke about what she values following her split from her longtime partner, Gerard Piqué, in 2022 after more than a decade together. 

When asked by Zane Lowe for Apple Music 1, “What’s really, truly important to you now?,” the performer responded with “Friendship.”

“I think friendship lasts longer than love,” she said. “Though I still think experiencing love, fully experiencing it with all its peaks and valleys, it’s so essential to the human life.”

Shakira affirmed, “I love love, but I think I even love friendship a little bit more. Because I thought love would be there forever for me. And that’s one of my, you know, broken dreams. Perhaps I will. I don’t know if I’ll, like, find that again. Probably not. Well, I don’t know. But friendship, I have.”

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