This is Michelle Ivana, the model from Rauw Alejandro’s latest video clip, who connects with God

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The last video clip of Rauw Alejandro has given a lot to talk about. The Puerto Rican singer has finally put his song on video DELUGEwhich belongs to his album SATURN and, furthermore, it is the first song he releases after Hayami Hana, the single in which he says goodbye to his ex-partner, Rosalia.

In the lyrics of this song, Rauw tells the story of a love relationship in which the couple proves to have much more than chemistry between them. But the one from Puerto Rico does not appear alone, but appears accompanied by a model, whom many have compared to Rosalía herself.

Is about Michelle Ivanaa New York model who has proven to have great complicity with Rauw Alejandro, at least in fiction. Michelle, a nutritionist by profession, has been working as a model for several years. Last August she began working with the international agency Ford Models, one of the most important companies in New York in this field. She herself has communicated this to her followers through a publication on Instagram, in which we see her posing at the Ford headquarters and where she has assured that: “it is a dream come true. I remember talking about FORD almost 10 years ago when I started modeling and I feel like everything in my career has led me to this moment… thanks to @formodels and special mention to @lorraine_antonetti for believing in me.”

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We also know about the model that she feels very connected to God, as she told her more than 97 thousand followers in another publication on social networks, in which she shared a phrase from the British writer Clive Staples Lewis: “I connect with God every day, but especially on Sundays, I take time to dedicate my full attention to Him and thank Him for my blessings. This particular Sunday I am reflecting on SO MANY answered prayers and I am overwhelmed by how much I see Him at work in my life. I feel like I am overflowing with blessings and the more grateful I am, the more blessed I become. THANKS GOD. “I know this is just the beginning.”

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The recording of the video clip DELUGE It was the first interpretive project of Michelle Ivana. Despite having almost ten years of experience in the world of modeling, she had never immersed herself in the world of acting.

“Thank you @rauwalejandro for having me in your last video! “I had a great time filming with the crew and was able to use some of my acting skills,” the model wrote on social media.

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Rauw’s wink to Rosalía

Since Rosalia and Rauw Alejandro They confirmed their breakup, back in July of this same year, every movement of either of the two artists is examined with a magnifying glass. And this video clip from Puerto Rico has been no less.

In addition to the physical resemblance of Michelle Ivana with the Catalan singer, it is said that Rauw has included another nod to Rosalia. If we see the video clip, the biker aesthetic that characterizes the latest album by Rose It is more than evident. In addition, Rauw and Michelle They appear mounted on a motorcycle, which continues to remind the world Motomami.


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