Bruno Mars continues to drop off gems from his 24k Magic album, with his latest arriving in the form of the visuals for his "Versace On The Floor" ballad.
The singer recruits triple threat Zendaya to play the object of his affection in the new clip as the two act out the roles of neighbors with romantic predispositions.
Naturally, the music video adopts Mars' enchanting air as he takes his place before a transparent piano as Zendaya listens in to his slow jam in the next room.
In a well-executed plot, the duo remains seperated for the entire video as the sensual track takes its effect on Zendaya with the zipper on her dress bewitchingly coming undone without Bruno's direct touch.
Though by the end of the clip, her dress ends up, of course, on the floor.
"Versace On The Floor" comes as the third visual to come of his 24k Magic project, following videos for the title track and "That's What I Like."
While the track stood out as the 8-song album's signature ballad, it almost took a different turn as he recorded six different versions before settling on the song we now know and love.
"We're painting this picture – both in silk, I'm promising the world," he told Rolling Stone about the track. "But I'm not singing. This is supposed to be a big ballad on the album, but I'm not giving it to 'em! If we're gonna really, dramatically slow things down, I've got to be singing some shit."