Shakira Turns Pole-Dancer For New Music Video

Seeing Shakira on a stripper pole is no longer just a dream. In her latest video for her single “Rabiosa” your dreams become a reality as the sexy Latina strips into a bikini and takes to the pole.

Ever wanted to see Shakira in a bikini working the stripper pole? Well, this is your lucky day! The Colombian pop star yesterday premiered (June 7th) the official music video for her amazing new single “Rabiosa” – taken of course from her upcoming “Sale El Sol” album.

The Colombian singer is seen performing raunchy dance moves on a pole in just a pair of tiny knickers and a string bra in the new music video. Shakira, 34, shows off her incredible body in the racy outfit as she performs the highly seductive and erotic movements

The singer is famed for her ability to shake her body and this video clip featuring Pitbull, which will no doubt leave fans more than a little hot under the collar. The video was directed by Jaume de Laiguana and shot in Barcelona, Spain.

In the clip, we see the Colombian pop star walking through a Barcelona party. The fiesta looks like a rager, complete with silly string, confetti and impossibly attractive guests. Shakira is rocking a whole new look for the video, but it’s temporary — the brunette hairstyle is a wig.

The video for ‘Rabiosa’ was shot on April 24. However, when Shakira performed at the Belgrade Arena in Serbia on May 9, she still had her signature blonde tresses. The English version of ‘Rabiosa’ features vocals by Pitbull, while a Spanish rendition of the song incorporates vocals by El Cata.

The video will no doubt raise eyebrows because of it’s seductive content, similar to the raunchy videos and performances by pop princess Rihanna. This song is sure to be a summer hit and the video, an even sexier hit. Check it out.

“Sale El Sol” is the latest Shakira album, selling over two million copies. It was released back in October, 2010 and debuted at number seven on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums. [via Daily Mail (UK)]

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