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'American Idol' Winner Nick Fradiani Plays Cat and Mouse Game in 'Get You Home' Video

Nick Fradiani
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Nick Fradiani performs onstage at FOX's "American Idol XIV" Top 2 Revealed on May 12, 2015 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Calif. 

American Idol Season 14 winner Nick Fradiani gets his sexy on with the release of the video for his single "Get You Home."

The song is included on Fradiani's forthcoming record, Hurricane, set for an Aug. 19 release on 19/Big Machine Records. Fradiani revealed in a recent interview that the album's title track was co-written by Jason Mraz. He debuted "Get You Home" this spring on American Idol.

In the clip, Fradiani is pursued by what appears to be a crafty female grifter in an upscale Chicago hotel. The vixen -- portrayed by model Michelle Hicks -- puts the moves on Fradiani before making off with his wallet. Or does she?

In a behind-the-scenes clip explaining how "Get You Home" was made, Fradiani described the plot as a "cat and mouse little chase" with a "twist at the end." 

The video -- which gives fans a glimpse of the Connecticut musician sans shirt -- was directed by Erik White and shot on location at Chicago's Virgin Hotels. 

Watch the clip below:

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