Ashley Graham Shares Passionate Lip-lock With Joe Jonas in New DNCE Video

Ashley Graham Shares Passionate Lip-lock With Joe Jonas in New DNCE Video

Ashley Graham is adding another first to her ever-growing list of 2016 milestones: the lead role in a music video. 

On Monday, Graham, along with DNCE's lead singer Joe Jonas, announced she would be starring as his love interest in DNCE's video for "Toothbrush." 

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Both posted a still featuring the two gazing into each other's eyes, along with the caption "#ToothbrushVideo coming very soon..." 

Jonas tells Entertainment Tonight that the song is about "that point in a relationship when it's starting to get a little serious, but you aren't fully there yet." 

How serious, you ask? Enough for some passionate spit swapping, at the very least.

Source: ET

"This is my first music video and I've been a fan since 'Cake by the Ocean,' which I can't get out of my mind," Graham told ET's Lauren Zima.

Graham is one of the first notable plus-size models to appear as a love interest in a music video, a space typically reserved for models like Gigi Hadid and Cara Delevingne. While the notion of a gorgeous, Sports Illustrated cover model appearing as a video vixen shouldn't be groundbreaking, Graham's presence helps diminish the notion that plus-size women are in a category all their own. Plus, the two make a damn hot couple.

Source: Twitter

Maybe "Toothbrush" (which doesn't yet have a release date) will be Graham's entryway into the television and movie acting biz. Clearly, the married model knows how to fake some chemistry. 

Source: ET

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