Selena Gomez's emotionally charged music video 'The Heart Wants Want it Wants' was released on early Thursday.
The 22-year-old songstress has always been tight lipped about her on and off relationship with pop star Justin Bieber.
But shy no more, the Come And Get It singer has strung all her heartache in her latest song which is also touted as her autobiographical song.
The video begins with a dramatic yet heartfelt confession of the singer, apparently about her 'toxic relationship' with Beiber.
"You make me feel crazy, you make me feel like it's my fault," she says in the song's intro. "I was in pain ... I know him though, and I know that I know his heart, and I know what he wouldn't do to hurt me."
However, while promoting her latest single on the morning show On Air With Ryan Seacrest, Gomez said that her breakdown narratives were recorded during the video shoot.
"They taped the mic underneath the table when I was shooting the video," the songstress told Seacrest via The People.
"And I had shot the video over a year ago. So, in that state – where I was in that place emotionally – I went in and I went into the room by myself, and I looked at the actual mirror in the music video, and I had a conversation [with] myself to every question I had in my mind in that moment."
The new single is a part of Selena's upcoming album 'For You' and the lyrics of the song have touched millions of fans who feel connected with it.
The song has been viewed more than four million times since its early Thursday release and fans are singing praise for Gomez and her latest 'heartbreak' song on Twitter.
— Alaska Young (@Rox_Alvarez104) November 7, 2014
— •maya• (@jelenaclique_) November 7, 2014
— Caity Vance (@caityheartyou) November 7, 2014
— Mackensy Budd (@kensy_budd) November 7, 2014