When Rose heard the song, she offered to co-write, direct and star in the video, which was filmed in Auckland last week.
Origliasso described the experience on the set of the video as “magical”, stating that there was “such explicit chemistry between Ruby and I that shooting was very intense”.
It’s just the highs and lows of a relationship, and the dynamics that happen when you fall in love with somebody… It’s a pretty confronting video.”Prior to this relationship, Ruby was dating model Harley Gusman, but after a few months together it was confirmed Ruby and Harley had split in August.
It sounds like things couldn’t be better between Ruby and Jess right now, and we’re sure all eyes will be on the music video when it’s released.
To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.Both posted the same pic featuring the pair linking arms and looking off into the distance, as well as a shot of the pair sitting on the back hood of a car, once again with their arms wrapped around one another.And while a picture may paint a thousand words, Origliasso took the time to verbally confirm what many fans already suspected when she stopped by the Australia’s Nova FM's Kent "Smallzy" Small's show on Monday.The former couple, she revealed, are indeed back together, having fallen back in love while filming the music video for The Veronicas' "On Your Side." "It's me. And it is our love story in this video," Origliasso said."It's about the dynamic, the highs and the lows of people in love, in a relationship." The pair were romantically tied to one another in a rumored on-again, off-again relationship back in 2008.