HOLLYWOOD, CA - MAY 22:  Hayley Kiyoko and Becca Tilley attend NYLON's Annual Young Hollywood Party sponsored by Pinkie Swear at Avenue Los Angeles on May 22, 2018 in Hollywood, California..  (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images for NYLON)
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Hayley Kiyoko has launched a brand new video for her music “For the Girls,” and it is most positively for the ladies — who like ladies like boys do, as Kiyoko famously sings in her 2015 hit “Girls Like Girls.” The video is a parody of “The Bachelorette” and options Kiyoko as the star, solely this time she’s in a queer model of the present, being romanced by a bunch of hopeful ladies vying for the remaining rose. It incorporates many “Bachelor” stereotypes, from tearful arguments between contestants to dramatic date montages.

At the very finish of the video, although, Kiyoko’s suitors’ hopes are all dashed when a brand new contestant emerges from a limo: Becca Tilley, Kiyoko’s present girlfriend and two-time “Bachelor” contestant. Rumors have swirled round the chance of a relationship between Kiyoko and Tilley ever since they have been photographed collectively at a celebration in 2018. The pair have a bunch of selfies collectively and constantly help one another on social media. The “For the Girls” video seemingly confirmed their relationship, and Tilley made issues additional official by posting a cute video montage on Instagram, writing, “onerous to say if it is a onerous or gentle launch, however it’s a launch!”

“For the Girls” is the latest single from Kiyoko’s forthcoming album, “Panorama,” which is ready to drop in July. Watch the music video under.

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