On October 21, Sebastián Yatra shared with his followers the video clip of ‘Tacones Rojos’, the single that works as a ‘mouth opener’ of what will be his next album, as he himself said in an interview with El Comercio de Peru. In recent hours, the Colombian musician got together with Clara Galle, the protagonist of the short film, who it was speculated would be the singer’s new love, to talk about how successful the composition has been. After clarifying that the only thing they share is a beautiful friendship, Yatra gave more details of what was the recording of the audiovisual that already accumulates more than 28 million views on YouTube.
“The song was inspired by the rays of light that illuminate the morning when entering through your window and that have the ability to take you to a totally new place (…) happy and inspiring”, Yatra commented on the subject in a dialogue with the aforementioned media. Yatra and Galle agreed to a date on the Colombian’s Instagram and talked about how much fun they had been recording the clip directed by Yatra and Daniel Durán himself, and filmed at the Fernán Núñez Palace in Madrid.
Galle is 19 years old, she was born in Pamplona, in Spain. She is dedicated to acting, modeling, dancing and painting. He has already surpassed his first million followers on Instagram, a social network in which he is very active.
“Thank you, Clarita, for how incredible you have been (…) Since the video came out we have not had time to assimilate it. Everything that is happening with the song, both in Spain, as in Colombia and as in the rest of the world. It has already entered the world top 100 on Spotify. The video grows more every day and I think it is largely thanks to the light that you brought to the song and how well we have had. Everyone who watches the video asks me ‘who is that girl?’ (…) we are not boyfriends, we are friends (…) You have a very special magnetism with people “Yatra assured on his Instagram Live.
Galle, to Yatra’s thanks, had the same gesture, and told Yatra how happy he made her to make her a part of ‘Red Heels’. “Thank you for having trusted me, for giving me the opportunity. I’ve had an incredible time (…) in rehearsals, recording (…) when you sent me the song I hit myself dancing in the mirror all the time until I knew it by heart. I’m super happy. Meeting you has been super cool. I took you here, in the little potato “Galle detailed while pointing to her heart.
Clara learned the lyrics in an hour, and rehearsed the choreography only once, according to Yatra. The musician commented that Clara’s career will be so great that she cannot wait to tell her grandchildren that she worked with her. Yatra is fully confident that the Spanish career will be full of success.
According to what the also interpreter of ‘There is no one else’ and ‘Couple of the year’ revealed, this is the first appearance of Clara that becomes massive. Galle will be on Netflix screens from February 22 thanks to her participation in the series ‘Through my window’, a production based on the book of the same name by Ariana Godoy.
As Clara revealed, thanks to ‘Red heels’ she has begun to feel the ravages of fame and popularity. Not only is she recognized on the streets, but she also hears the song almost everywhere she goes. “When I go in the taxi, and the taxi has the song on, it is like (…) when I am, it is often uncomfortable”Clara recounted, laughing.
Clara studies Art History, according to the two of them on Instagram Live, in fact, the Spanish woman commented that she hopes to pass her exams, because, with work, she does not have much time to dedicate to university. “He spends all day reading, painting”Yatra revealed. Galle will also be in the second season of Amazon Prime Video’s ‘The Orphanage’. After talking about ‘Red heels’, Yatra and Galle played ‘Stop’ and shared with their followers,
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Sebastián Yatra spoke about ‘Red Heels’ and interviewed Clara Galle: “We are not boyfriends”