It's less than a month since Kylie Minogue dropped the barn-storming video for her infectiously uplifting new single 'Stop Me From Falling', but it turns out that was just an appetiser for the main event.
Yep, the 49-year-old pop icon has declared the summer season officially open with a brand new Latin-infused version of the track alongside one of her most joyful videos in years.
Kylie, who topped the UK charts with 14th studio album 'Golden' last week and opens up about her new era in Attitude's May Issue - available to download and in shops now - has teamed up with Cuban reggaeton group Gente de Zona for the new mix, and even offers some Spanish lyrics of her own.
Shot on location in Cuba, the 'Stop Me From Falling' video ticks all our boxes with a string of hunky boys, bar-top dancing and confetti cannons-galore.
Turns out there's a lot more to Ms. Minogue's Golden age than just country...
Unveiling the video on Twitter on Friday (April 20), the 'Get Outta My Way' singer wrote: "I'm happy to share 'Stop Me From Falling' ft @GdZOficial with you!
"Fun was had shooting the video together in beautiful Cuba with director Sophie Muller. Hope you love the new version".
Check out the new video for 'Stop Me From Falling' below: