Rita Ora has released the video clip to her song, Girls.
And, it really didnt hide away from the subject matter, even though she had recently copped a lot of flak for its alleged belittling portrayal of bisexuality.
WE have to admit, though, it is a beautiful piece of work, as Rita stars in the clip with Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX.
And about 400 other women in nude underwear all lounging around a Garden of Venus sort of place, all pseudo Rita-bots with lookalike blonde curled hair.
The scene opens with Rita Ora reclining on a jazzy little day bed as she sings about being 50/50′ – the singer has long been honest about her sexuality, so this isnt a new thing.
The tune then heads into the first chorus, after which Charli XCX bursts onto the scene, as she sings while dancing through some sort of female-only forest.
Fits with the theme, we guess.
Bebe shoots away from the jungle/lady garden (ohhhh we get it now) theme as she just danced around a futuristic hall of mirrors.
Cardi B carried on the futuristic theme, though, as she appears as some femme hologram as she raps to a VR-wearing Rita.
And does lots of things with her tongue and references scissoring.
Then before you know it, shes brought Rita into hologram-land with her as the two share a kiss.
Fans love the clip, though, as they took to the comments section in droves.
One said: The aesthetic is so on point
Another said: That cardi B kiss
A third said: When Cardi b and Rita ora kissed I choked on my taco.
The clip may be gorgeous, sure, but Rita faced backlash when it was released last month.
The singer was forced to apologise after Kehlani and Hayley Kiyoko came forward and accused her of belittling the LGBT community with the song.
However, the 27-year-old has since vowed she never meant to speak up on behalf of others, she just wanted to get her own story across.
Its a celebration and it has really come from a positive place. Its a true journey of my experience, she explained. Not everyone shares the same journeys in life. This was just my own journey.
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Hitting out at the backlash, she begged everyone to move on, continuing: Everyone asked about it last year and they finally got it and now everyones complaining about it.
After the song came out, Rita apologised for the backlash, explaining she never meant to offend anyone.
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