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Donatella Versace Lip-Syncs To Bruno Mars’ ‘Versace On The Floor’

Everyone has been loving Bruno Mars’ recent songs like, “24K Magic,” “That’s What I Like” and even “Versace On The Floor” from his latest album 24K Magic. It’s nearly impossible to stop yourself from singing along to any of the singles, not even Donatella Versace herself.

According to Billboard, the Italian designer broadcasted her budding friendship with Bruno Mars in a captivating Instagram video. The short video features models like Candice Swanepoel, Adrian Chabada and Versace herself all dressed in the designer’s clothing and lip-syncing to the catchy tune “Versace On The Floor” (of course.)

“To my special friend,” Versace caption the post.

The two first met at the 2012 Met Gala, where Mars stunned Versace with his performance. She then dressed the singer for numerous events such as his halftime performance at the Super Bowl, his acceptance speech at the 2015 VMAs and countless music videos.

The two definitely don’t hide their admiration for each other. After they first met, Versace said, “I fell in love with Bruno. He is like an explosion on the stage, so energetic and so totally natural.”

Mars shows his affection by shouting out the designer before performing his hit song, “Versace On The Floor” at his show in Milan where she even attended. “I would like to dedicate this next song to the woman who actually inspired me: Donatella, this is for you,” he said.

@brunomars Thank you for tonight! What a great emotion.

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The Italian designer even posted a photo of Mars during his performance on Instagram with the caption, “Thank you for tonight! What a great emotion.”

If these two aren’t friendship goals, then I don’t know what is.

Check out more from Bruno Mars and Donatella Versace on their Instagram.

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Watch: Donatella Versace Lip-Sync To Bruno Mars’ “Versace On The Floor”

Featured image courtesy of Billboard.

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