UPDATE (7/17): It's here! Ciara adds to her impressive collection of visuals going with "Dance Like We're Making Love" that lets us see a whole bunch of sides we've never seen of Ci.
For starters, Ciara opens the clips laying by a mansion pool, wearing a super-teeny bathing suit as she performs water acrobatics. The colorful clip continues as we see Ciara chill with a lion, work it out in some turquoise lingerie and later perform one of her signature, high-energy dance routines with a male dancer. Stay tuned for a particularly sexy moment as the starlet rips off all her jewelry and her dress leaving herself naked for the camera.
Similar to her "I Bet" video, there's an element of super-sophistication and glamour that wasn't seen in past Ciara videos. As the new face of Roberto Cavalli, our girl is definitely embracing her glamazon side, but is still sure to emphasize the challenging choreography she's performed since Day 1 of her career. Read on for why we think "Dance Like We're Making Love" could be the single to reignite interest in Ciara's hot new album Jackie.
Original Story (7/16): Ciara showed off some amazing ballet choreography in her "I Bet" video, but it looks like the R&B-pop star is going deluxe glam on us for her next.
The singer has been teasing her upcoming visual on Instagram, sharing shots of her chilling by a mansion pool along with a clip where she's seducing the camera in what looks like said mansion's garden. Yeah, Ci is going full on glamazon for this single and we are ready.
"Dance Like We're Making Love" is lifted from Jackie, Ciara's hot but underperforming new album. The LP debuted at No. 19 on the charts and moved 25,000 copies in its first week—the star's lowest first-week sales total of her career. But with a single that recalls the type of track Michael Jackson would record (picture him singing it and it'll blow your mind), maybe a great video is just what Jackie needs.
Ciara revealed the "Dance Like We're Making Love" video premieres Friday night via billboards in Times Square and will hit the web shortly after.