Canadian singer and songwriter Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello once again sizzling on-screen with their latest number Señorita, has already got their fans hooked up to this song. Surpassing the number of views of their 2015 smash I Know What You Did Last Summer; they are back in news for all the right reasons. However, there is one more reason for the two being in news, and this one is not romantic, but definitely hilarious, assuring its viewers to be left in splits.
A video of the two enjoying a bright sunny day in the pool has surfaced on the internet, but the fun twist to it is the voice over. This video has Shawn looking disgusted, and the reason for his disgust is super funny. The video clip poking fun at the duo, shows Shawn feeling uncomfortable with people in the pool, relieving themselves. LOL! Followed by Camila seen in video kissing and slow dancing, when the voice-over starts singing Sunny Leone’s Paani Wala Dance song, making it funnier. And the fun continues to go on with the ‘Pee Jokes’ being taken forward by the voice over. ALSO READ: Shawn Mendes-Camila Cabello's Grocery Shopping And Snowy Romance PICTURES In Toronto Are All Things Love
One of the general news portals shared this video clip on their Instagram account with the caption, “Senorita, bade bade pools mein choti choti baatein hoti rehti hain”
The video has gone viral and the Indians Instagram users are totally enjoying it, with the major reason of it being dubbed in Hindi, is totally relatable. ALSO READ: Camila Cabello Opens Up About Her Love Life With Shawn Mendes, ‘Being In Love Is The Best Feeling In The World'
This number has been nominated under the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category at the upcoming Grammy Awards. ALSO READ: Camila Cabello's Drops Latest Single Living Proof; Fans Love It But Miss Shawn Mendes And Their Sexy Chemistry
Image Source: Instagram/camila_cabello/shawnmendes
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