Shawn Mendes Dropped Camila Cabello in Dance Rehearsal For ‘Señorita’ Music Video
It’s safe to say Shawn Mendes’ suave character in “Señiorita” took a bit of practice.
Last week, the Canadian pop star, 20, and Camila Cabello, 22, released a steamy music video for their hit new duet — and the former Fifth Harmony member just shared some hilarious behind the scenes footage from their rehearsal for the Dave Meyers-directed vid.
While practicing their moves for the sizzling dance floor scene, Mendes didn’t quite grab on to Cabello’s hand during a sequence that required him to pull the singer towards him, causing her to fall to the floor.
“remember when you DROPPED ME ?!!!!! @shawnmendes,” Cabello wrote on Twitter, sharing the behind the scenes footage with fans.
remember when you DROPPED ME ?!!!!! @shawnmendes 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Go watch the BTS now on YouTube! Part two coming tomorrow https://t.co/R8y89oYQqg pic.twitter.com/xevH0WCfgm
— camila (@Camila_Cabello) June 25, 2019
Cabello instantly started laughing when she hit the ground — asking if they got it on camera. Mendes was quick to spring to her aid and helped the singer up while asking if she’s “ok.”
“You can’t just drop Camila Cabello you can’t do that,” he jokingly said to the camera. “You can’t do that if I do that again it’s over for me.”
Cabello and Mendes previously worked together on their 2015 hit “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” which appeared on Mendes’ album Handwritten. The 2015 song helped spark relationship rumors between the pair. And though their chemistry onscreen in the “Señiorita” music video is undeniable, the two have consistently confirmed that they are just friends.
Mendes and Cabello had been working on the secret project for about nine months, the 22-year-old star admitted during a live chat with fans on YouTube on Thursday, prior to the release. Despite spending a lengthy time on the video, the new song was recorded in April.
“Actually it’s been a long time coming,” she explained. “We really felt like it was the right time about two months ago.”
This article was originally written by: People