The pair have now made their music video debut together in the visual accompanying Flipo’s latest single Get Me Outta Here – which was released on YouTube yesterday.
The video shows Stause and Flipo getting steamy on several occasions, including shots of them making out whilst in an aisle of a convenience store, which features throughout.
The real estate agent is seen wearing a leather dress in such scenes, whilst her love interest Flipo opted to wear t-shirts and a variety of different pants for much of the music video.
The pair share several kisses in the video, including in red-tinted scenes where Stause is filmed on top of Flipo – with them seen making out and moving against each other.
And in other scenes – interspersed throughout – they are seen embracing each other whilst stood in a minimalist white room, where Flipo is also seen playing the drums.
It’s just the two of them in the video for Get Me Outta Here, with its lyrics documenting that the singer wants to end a relationship as “something about [it] sits so wrong.”
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Other scenes show Stause – who split from Selling Sunset co-star and boss Jason Oppenheim, 45, last year – playfully posing in front of the camera inside the convenience store.
Elsewhere in the video, which has amassed more than 100,000 views since it was released, Flipo is seen wandering around a neighbourhood – said to be in Los Angeles.
Stause promoted the new music video on Instagram yesterday, with the Dancing with the Stars alum announcing that it had been released to her 3 million followers on the platform.
She teased in the caption of her post about the visual project: “Sorry everyone, I was confused and thought this was how babies were made. Back to the drawing board.”
Flipo posted about the video on their own account on social media, stating that it was their “favourite release to date,” with the post thanking some of those involved with it.
The performer – who’s an award-winning musician in their native Australia – said on the platform yesterday that the crew on the video had been “proudly 80 percent queer.”
And they expressed gratitude to Stause in the post, writing: “Thank you to sweet @chrishell.stause for being a part of this. Everyone send her all the love in the galaxy.”
Flipo further thanked others who had been involved with the video and concluded the post by writing: “Thanks for getting around this release veryone. I really the kind souls.”
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