Looking at the past 12 months, we can all agree 2016 hasn’t been the best of years.
Between 49 LGBT people dying in Pulse shooting in Orlando, Brexit, Donald Trump being elected as President of the United States and a whole host of celebrity deaths, some may say there has been little to nothing to be positive about.
What’s the best answer to all of this?
Love, of course.
NYC-based dancer and choreographer Mike Baerga has set out to remind people that love is love with a stunning music video he choreographed and directed.
’In response to one of the most trying years,’ he writes in the video’s description on YouTube.
‘Let us not forget to love one another… unconditionally and keep moving forward.’
To start off the new year on a much-needed positive note and celebrate love in all its forms, he teamed up with professional dancers from NYC as well as actors from Utah’s Tuacahn Amphitheater.
Filmed in Utah and New York City and set to the uber-catchy tune of Ariana Grande’s Into You, the clip shows off a number of couples, in all shapes, sizes and colors.
From a mixed-race lesbian couple sharing a moment on the red rocks, to a straight couple wandering along the roadside, to two guys kissing in front of the Mormon temple in St George, Utah, there’s no way this won’t warm your heart.
Watch the full video below: