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Selena Gomez Plays With Balloons in Second 'Hit the Lights' Video Teaser

November 9, 2011, 4:45 am GMT

The second snippet of the music video, which will premiere on November 16, sees the 'Who Says' singer playing in a pool full of pink balloons.



Another sneak peek for Selena Gomez's upcoming "Hit the Lights" music video has been unleashed. Unlike the previous one which sees her playing with fireworks, this new snippet shows the "Wizards of Waverly Place" having a blast in a balloon pool. Wearing a blue and pink outfit, she couldn't stop laughing when she falls backward into the pool.

The music video was filmed earlier this fall. "With some of my girl from tour. Shootin the video. I can't wait for y'all to see it :D," Selena tweeted back then. The brunette beauty is going to release the clip in full on Wednesday, November 16 on VEVO. Beside playing with the fireworks and balloons, she will also go pumpkin picking in the video.

"Hit the Lights" is taken from Selena's third studio album with The Scene, "When the Sun Goes Down". The club-ready song was performed by her on November 6 when she was hosting 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards in Belfast, North Ireland.



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