Selena Gomez Details Parisian-Inspired Romance in Sexy New Video for Her Single 'Love On'

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The singer — who went public with boyfriend Benny Blanco last year — dropped the flirty track on Thursday

Selena Gomez is head over heels on her flirty new single "Love On."

On Thursday the singer and Rare Beauty founder dropped the uptempo pop track, which was accompanied by a sexy music video directed by French director Greg Ohrel.

"Wait 'til I turn my love on/ I'm no cheap thrill/ I'm a rollercoaster ride, baby jump on," Gomez, 31, encourages a new lover in the song. "'Cause baby if you can't tell/ You're what I wanna love on."

Inspired by her love of Paris, Gomez's new single also makes several specific references to the City of Light.

"Why are we conversing over this steak tartare/ When we could be somewhere other than here/ Making out in the back of the car," sings Gomez. "Or we could make a memoir/ On the back wall of the last stall in the bathroom at the bazaar."

Related: Selena Gomez Shares Snaps from '40 Hours' in Paris as She Teases New Single 'Love On'

Last summer she gave fans a peek at her time in France while filming the upcoming movie Emilia Perez. "Thank you Paris for being a home to me for two months!" Gomez captioned a carousel of photos. "I loved every moment. Working on this film has completely changed my life. I can't wait to share more soon! Love you all."

Months later she made a splash with BFF Nicola Peltz Beckham in a series of glam outfits — including patent thigh-high boots and a white button-up mini dress — during Fashion Week.

And over the weekend, Gomez revealed she had spent "40 hours" in Paris. During the whirlwind trip, Gomez tucked into a croissant, posed in front of the Eiffel tower and luxuriated in a bubble bath.

Related: Selena Gomez and Benny Blanco's Cutest Couple Photos — So Far

Gomez announced her new single earlier this month on Instagram days after sharing a sweet Valentine's Day tribute to her boyfriend Benny Blanco.

Blanco, 35, also supported Gomez at the Golden Globes earlier this year, where the star was nominated for her role in Only Murders in the Building.

Sharing a steamy snap to her Instagram story, Gomez simply captioned the photo "I won."

"He is my absolute everything in my heart," Gomez responded to a commenter in early December, telling another he was "the best thing that's ever happened to me."

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