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Selena Gomez cuddles with Coldplay’s Chris Martin as they play lovers in Let Somebody Go music video

They both have enjoyed high-profile romances.

So Selena Gomez and Coldplay’s Chris Martin certainly had experience packing on the PDA in front of the cameras for their latest project.

The 29-year-old actress and singer cuddled up with the 44-year-old frontman in the music video for collaboration Let Somebody Go released on Monday morning.

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Bond: Selena Gomez and Coldplay's Chris Martin cuddled up in the music video for collaboration Let Somebody Go released on Monday morning

Bond: Selena Gomez and Coldplay’s Chris Martin cuddled up in the music video for collaboration Let Somebody Go released on Monday morning

The two were locked in an embrace as they played lovers in the four minute black and white clip for the collaboration track between Selena and Coldplay.

Selena and Chris reach out for each other in the trippy clip as the city pulls them apart.

Toward the end of the clip the two find each other floating before being ripped apart again.

Sweet: The two were locked in an embrace as they played lovers in the four minute black and white clip for the collaboration track between Selena and Coldplay

Sweet: The two were locked in an embrace as they played lovers in the four minute black and white clip for the collaboration track between Selena and Coldplay

Oh no: Selena and Chris reach out for each other in the trippy clip as the city pulls them apart

Oh no: Selena and Chris reach out for each other in the trippy clip as the city pulls them apart

Lost: Selena searches for Chris everywhere

Lost: Selena searches for Chris everywhere

Oh no: The two lovers are split apart

Oh no: The two lovers are split apart

Agony: Chris looked sad as he is separated from his love-interest

Agony: Chris looked sad as he is separated from his love-interest

Feel so good?  Toward the end of the clip the two find each other floating

Feel so good? Toward the end of the clip the two find each other floating

However it ends on a better, yet still heartbreaking note as their final long embrace is shown in front of a theater before they disappear.

The song has a soft and sullen town as the chorus goes: 'And when everything was going wrong / You could turn my sorrow into song / Oh, it hurts like so / To let somebody go.'

Just days ago Selena and Chris were featured in a poster to promote the upcoming clip.

The band – which stars Chris, Guy Berryman, 43, Jonny Buckland, 44, and Will Champion, 43 – and Selena, 29, are set to release the duet next week after announcing they were working together in October last year.

Oh no: However the two are ripped apart again

Oh no: However the two are ripped apart again

Sullen: Selena certainly showed off her acting chops

Sullen: Selena certainly showed off her acting chops

Let it go: However it ends on a better, yet still heartbreaking note as their final long embrace is shown in front of a theater before they disappear

Let it go: However it ends on a better, yet still heartbreaking note as their final long embrace is shown in front of a theater before they disappear

In the black and white promotional image, released on the stars' social media channels on Friday, Selena and Chris can be seen embracing.

A darkened sky is visible behind them as they stand in the foreground, across the street from a cinema with the words 'everyone is an alien somewhere' placed on the marquee above the entrance.

An abstract scene is behind the buildings, with two men falling off a structure while Penrose steps are seen twisting through the sky behind them.

Meanwhile, a sculpture stands to the left of the picture, with the title of the song and the artists' names at the top.

Making music: Just days ago Selena and Chris were featured in a poster to promote the upcoming clip

Making music: Just days ago Selena and Chris were featured in a poster to promote the upcoming clip

Born to perform: The video, directed by Dave Meyers, will accompany the song which is from Coldplay's ninth album Music of the Spheres

Born to perform: The video, directed by Dave Meyers, will accompany the song which is from Coldplay’s ninth album Music of the Spheres

Captioning the poster on her Instagram page, Selena wrote: 'Let Somebody Go with @Coldplay Video premieres Monday 5pm GMT, 6pm CET, Noon ET, 9am PT.'

The video, directed by Dave Meyers, will accompany the song which is from Coldplay’s ninth album Music of the Spheres, which was released in October last year.

Let Somebody Go is a follow-up collaboration from Coldplay’s release with K-pop band BTS, My Universe.

Announcement: Captioning the poster on her Instagram page, Selena wrote: 'Let Somebody Go with @Coldplay Video premieres Monday 5pm GMT, 6pm CET, Noon ET, 9am PT'

Announcement: Captioning the poster on her Instagram page, Selena wrote: 'Let Somebody Go with @Coldplay Video premieres Monday 5pm GMT, 6pm CET, Noon ET, 9am PT'

The track is set to be Selena’s highest charting release since her song Lose You to Love Me in 2019.

It was written by Coldplay and songwriter and producer Max Martin who has produced for the likes of Britney Spears, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift.

It comes after Coldplay frontman Chris announced in December that the group is planning to release another studio album in 2025, but it will mark the last time they record a batch of new original music together as a band.

Bittersweet: Singer and multi-instrumentalist Chris Martin announced his band Coldplay will release their final studio album in 2025;  the band is seen in September 2021

Bittersweet: Singer and multi-instrumentalist Chris Martin announced his band Coldplay will release their final studio album in 2025; the band is seen in September 2021

While the 10th studio album will mark the end of Coldplay’s recording career as a band, it doesn’t mean they’re breaking up altogether – they’re still planning to play live shows into the foreseeable future.

’Well I know I can tell you, our last proper record will come out in 2025 and after that I think we will only tour,' Chris told Jo Whiley on BBC Radio 2.

If the band does, in fact, make their final album in 2025, it will mark the band’s 25th anniversary.

New music: Coldplay released their ninth studio album, Music Of The Spheres, on October 15

New music: Coldplay released their ninth studio album, Music Of The Spheres, on October 15

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