Selena Gomez might have missed an obvious opportunity to provide a how-to guide on what it really means to "Kill Em With Kindness" with her latest music video, but no matter: She decimates her haters anyway, by doing little more than posing for the camera and whipping that Pantene-endorsed head of hair around for all to envy.

After teasing the clip on Instagram yesterday, Gomez dropped the music video for "Kill 'Em With Kindness" in full today (June 6). The black-and-white clip sees the Revival singer truly in her element, seated atop a stool, mid-photoshoot. If one of your most-practiced activities is watching Selena Gomez look beautiful for four minutes straight, consider this your new favorite music video.

Naming the track as one of her favorites off 2015's Revival, Gomez said the inspiration behind "Kill Em With Kindness" is pretty straight forward.

“You have to wake up with yourself every morning, and people are going to give you their worst, and it’s so easy to be mean,” she said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “I’m Latin; I can be mean, real fast, if I want. But I don’t feel good about myself, and I think people need to hear a message like this.”

"Kill 'Em With Kindness" marks the fourth single off Revival, following "Same Old Love," "Good For You" and "Hands to Myself." Gomez is currently on tour supporting the album with openers DNCE and Bea Miller.

Check out Selena Gomez's music video for "Kill Em With Kindness" above.

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