We heard Katy Perry "roar" in the jungle in her colorful music video released last year, and now Mariah Carey has caught the jungle fever with the video for her newest single, "You're Mine (Eternal)."
The new clip, premiered Wednesday night (Feb. 12) on MTV, finds Carey embracing the outdoors -- sometimes clothed, sometimes not. Whether it's straddling a rock alongside a babbling brook, taking a dip in brilliant blue water or sitting beside an abundance of foliage, fog swirling behind her, Carey travels all across the terrain to sing the praises of her lover.
Carey may not even be portraying a mere human; in the clip, she reveals two golden wings atop her back, perhaps making her some sort of pixie in the forest.
Meanwhile, the video skips back and forth between the outdoors scene and a cityscape, in which her purported lover attends a photo shoot.
The video was shot in a rainforest -- particularly, the El Yunque National Forest in Puerto Rico, with Indrani directing.
The release of "You're Mine (Eternal)" comes the same day as the single's release, which occurred earlier in the day Wednesday. A remix featuring Trey Songz is expected Friday (Feb. 14).