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Ellie Goulding Releases 'Still Falling For You' Video


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Ellie Goulding

(Radio.com) Ellie Goulding has released her new single and video, 'Still Falling For You," from the 'Bridget Jones's Baby" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, which hits theaters September 16.

The video finds Goulding singing interspersed with clips from the upcoming film staring Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth and Patrick Dempsey. The new film in the romantic comedy series based on creator Helen Fielding's heroine finds Bridget unexpectedly expecting.

Hopefully this single will tide fans over until Goulding releases her next album, although a date had yet to be announced for her followup to 2015's release, Delirium. Watch the video here.

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