Gotta have some love tonight! Chase Stokes and Madelyn Cline star within the music video for Kygo’s new remix of Donna Summer’s 1979 hit “Hot Stuff.”
The retro-inspired visible, which premiered on Friday, September 18, follows the Outer Banks costars and real-life couple as they return to the barrier islands off the coast of North Carolina. After climbing on the again of Stokes’ bicycle, Cline, 22, and the actor, 28, sneak into the native bar The Fat Pelican, decide up just a few drinks and head out again, the place they proceed to flirt.
At one level, the actress strips off her beau’s white T-shirt and tosses a patterned button-down at him to alter into. She then removes her cardigan, revealing a low-cut sequined prime as she dances seductively for a googly-eyed Stokes. The video ends with the pair dancing collectively and making out.
“Hot Stuff” is the third dance basic that Kygo, 29, has reworked lately. He beforehand launched remixes of Whitney Houston’s “Higher Love” and Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got to Do With It.”
“Donna Summer is considered one of my favourite artists of all time. Her catalogue of music is good, and her vocals are unmatched,” the DJ mentioned in a press release on Friday. “I’m honored and humbled to get to work on an iconic observe like ‘Hot Stuff.’ This has all the time been a type of songs that immediately places me in a very good temper, and I hope that this model can proceed to convey pleasure and happiness to individuals who wish to have fun the legendary Donna Summer.”
Stokes and Cline, for his or her half, sparked relationship rumors in April after enjoying onscreen couple John B. and Sarah Cameron within the Netflix teen drama. Two months later, they confirmed their relationship by sharing photographs from a seashore date. “Cats outta the bag,” the Maryland native wrote by way of Instagram on the time.
Days later, the duo went stay on the social media app to speak to followers about their determination to go public.
“I used to be like, ‘I feel I’m gonna publish it.’ [My mom] was like, ‘Really? You perceive what occurs if you try this?’ And I’m like, ‘Yeah. I do, Mom. Sure do,’” Stokes mentioned. “Then I texted Maddie and I mentioned, ‘What do you suppose?’ And she mentioned, ‘I don’t care.’”
Cline then chimed in: “I believed he meant posting it in some unspecified time in the future sooner or later. He didn’t make clear what time. … And there it was. Modern romance.”
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