It’s been well over a year since Chinese pop star Wanting Qu confirmed her relationship with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson — and they’re still shining on.
The couple shared one of their “funny moments” acting out Katy Perry’s hit song “Fireworks” on Friday while playing the app game “Heads Up.”
Check out those interpretive couch dance moves. Hands reaching into the air, fingers spraying into imagined sparks across the sky.
The app is Ellen Degeneres’ twist on the classic “Who Am I?” guessing game, but fused with physical humiliation charades sometimes brings.
Players hold their phones to their foreheads while the room around them act out celebrities, songs and sayings — whatever the app dictates — before time runs out.
There’s nothing overtly embarrassing about the clip, except maybe for Robertson’s stunned expression at the very beginning. They’re seasoned veterans of the game.
Ever since the couple went public about their relationship last year, Qu has been sharing snippets of their relationship on her Instagram account.
According to her website and active Instagram updates, she’s working on a third studio album and splits her time between L.A. and Vancouver.
Robertson separated from his wife of nearly 30 years in 2014.
Qu moved to Vancouver at 16 and briefly attended Simon Fraser University in neighbouring Burnaby. She currently maintains a high profile in her native China as a platinum-selling musician.
Last week, Robertson announced his intention to seek re-election for a fourth term in 2018, quashing speculation about a possible foray into federal politics.
But he’s not ruling out the possibility yet.
When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a former Vancouver teacher, visited the city in December, Robertson said he’s keeping an “open mind” about a role with the federal Liberals in the future.
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