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‘Would you rather be covered in whipped cream or chocolate??’

Bella Thorne seems to be in her element in clips from an upcoming music video. That is, if her element is whipped cream.

In an Instagram post this week, the Famous in Love star teased the self-directed video of her track “I’m a hoe 2,” which doubles as a promo for Thorne by Bella eye and lip products.

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Captioned “SEXUAL CHOCOLATE,” one clip shows her seemingly nude besides smatterings of whipped cream while licking a chocolate fondue fountain. She’s also wearing her own makeup products, of course.

The promos rocketed Thorne to the top of Google Trends on Friday—and got mixed reactions. Some of Thorne’s followers were shocked, forgetting she’s no longer the young Disney Channel star she once was.

Some were just not buying it.

Of course, her true fans were totally raving about her creative prowess.

Others loved how she did her makeup.

In other posts, Thorne shared stills from the music video and details on her coming makeup collection. She even revealed that she’s not totally nude in the video, as she was wearing a nude bra and bathing suit bottom while shooting.

Love or hate the clip, Thorne doesn’t seem to care. She had just one question for her 18.5 million followers: “Would you rather be covered in whipped cream or chocolate??”

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Julie Ann Nealega

Julie Ann Nealega

Julie Ann Nealega is a multimedia journalist based in Manila, Philippines. She is a trained investigative reporter with extensive experience in the field as a segment producer and researcher. She’s produced multiple award-winning investigative documentaries with ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs. She's a co-founder of Postcards From Disasters, a social media-driven campaign fighting for the human rights of disaster victims. She's also managing a Philippine organ donation advocacy platform.