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Shakira and Rihanna live the good life in 'Can't Remember to Forget You' video

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Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira premiered the music video for her single "Can't Remember to Forget You" on Thursday. In the stylish clip, Shakira and Rihanna live in the lap of luxury together.

"Can't Remember to Forget You" is the lead single of Shakira's upcoming self-titled album. She released the reggae-tinged pop track earlier this month. Barbadian superstar Rihanna features on the single.

The music video for "Can't Remember to Forget You" was directed by Joseph Khan, the man behind classics like Britney Spears' "Toxic" and "Womanizer." Shakira writhes around in a Caribbean mansion as she sings the track. Rihanna later joins the action and gets awfully cozy with the Latin singer. The two enjoy some cigars, touch up on each other and do a steamy, synchronized dance on the walls. Shakira, being the rocker chick that she is, also gets in some shots on the guitar and the drums. Both artists do their best to make the video an unforgettable experience.

Shakira's self-titled album will be released on March 25. She will also return to NBC's "The Voice" as a coach on Feb. 24.

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