Ellie Goulding unveiled her “Fifty Shades of Grey” single “Love Me Like You Do” on Jan. 22. In the video, the British singer is seen in the arms of male dancer Charlie Harding while promo clips of the anticipated movie plays in between. Other artists on the “Fifty Shades” soundtrack are Beyoncé, The Weeknd, The Rolling Stones, Sia and Frank Sinatra.

Goulding has been promoting the “Love Me Like You Do” video For “Fifty Shades” by taking to Instagram to share sexy selfies. In two photos she’s seen stripped down to her bra.


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A couple of days ago Goulding showed behind the scenes footage of the making of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” video.

Best behind the scenes ever

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Goulding’s lyrics for “Love Me Like You Do” include,”You’re the light, you’re the night, you’re the color of my blood/ You’re the cure, you’re the pain, you’re the only thing I want to touch. Never knew that it could mean so much, so much/ You’re the fear, I don’t care ‘cause I’ve never been so high/ Follow me through the dark, let me take you past a satellite/ You can see the world you brought to life.”

In her interview with Capital FM, Goulding explained her role in making the video for the “Fifty Shades” track “Love Me Like You Do”.

“I am in it! That’s me! I’m dancing in it! I basically have become fascinated with ballroom dancing so I was like, “Can I please do some dancing in it?” So they let me do that. There’s a guy in it, Charlie, and there’s some really sensual moments in it, and it’s in a really beautiful house. I think it’s one of my favorite videos.”

The full soundtrack for “Fifty Shades Of Grey” will be released on February 10, three days before the release of the film. Based on the bestselling novel by E.L. James, the story is about literature student Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson), whose life changes forever when she meets handsome and kinky billionaire Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan).

From hearing this Ellie Goulding track, it’s going to be a hit. As for “Fifty Shades of Grey”, it’s already made over $1 million in advance ticket sales