The Weeknd just released the music video for his hit "I Feel It Coming" and his love interest in the music video just happens to look like his ex Bella Hadid!

The futuristic video shows The Weeknd (real name: Abel Tesfaye) singing on a rocky planet alone before he is joined by a mystery woman who dances with the "Starboy" singer.

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However, the PDA is short-lived as the couple is promptly turned to stone before his collaborators Daft Punk make a rare appearance together at the end of the nearly five-minute video.

While fans were quick to compare the mystery woman to Bella, 20, she is actually Japanese model and actress Kiko Mizuhara, 26.

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"Is it me or the girl in his video kinda looks like Bella," one fan wrote on YouTube before another commented, "F–k, thought it was Bella."

The Weeknd dated Bella for 18 months before calling it quits late last year. Currently, he is dating fellow singer Selena Gomez — but not everyone is happy with his new girlfriend, especially her mom, Mandy.

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“Mandy has heard the dirty and drug-related lyrics to Abel’s songs and she doesn’t approve of Selena hanging out and partying with him,” an insider told Life & Style, adding that the 40-year-old thinks the “Starboy” singer “is an inappropriate choice for Selena’s new healthy journey.”

The source continued, "A lot of Selena’s friends and family fear that she’ll go down the wrong path again. They feel she needs to be surrounded by healthy people."

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Along with comparisons to Bella, fans are also noting the similarities between a military jacket-wearing The Weeknd and Michael Jackson, and that's alright with him.

"Michael, man, that guy was the star. He invented the star," he told the Los Angeles Times. "There will never be another Michael. I want to make it very clear that I’m not trying to be Michael. He’s everything to me, so you’re going to hear it in my music. 'Off the Wall' was the album that inspired me to sing."

Watch the full video below!