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First look: Beyonce's 'Party' music video

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There's no baby bump in sight in Beyonce's latest music video for new single Party as she enjoys herself with friends including her former bandmate and sister.

The just-released video was shot just before the singer announced her pregnancy at the MTV Video Music Awards back in August, and sees her enjoying herself at street, house and pool parties dressed in a variety of colourful and revealing outfits.

Rapper J. Cole, who features on the track, also makes an appearance, as does Beyonce's Destiny's Child bandmate Kelly Rowland and sister Solange Knowles.

Watch the full video below.

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