We knew something was coming, and now it's almost here!
Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi just confirmed that they're debuting a new song titled "Echame La Culpa" (Blame Me) and it'll be out this Friday, Nov. 17.
The singers even gave us a sneak peek at the music video and song with a post on Instagram.
From the snippet, we can hear the "Sorry Not Sorry" song star sing a verse in Spanish.
The two hinted at a collaboration and dropped several hints in the past weeks.
"It's a fun song, a fun record," the "Despacito" singer admitted to Billboard but said he couldn't tell who it was with or give any details about the track.
"We already filmed the music video," he added.
In the interview, which took place at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina, the star also revealed that his "new song" would premiere in two weeks.
Between Instagram comments and music video sets, fans thought that Fonsi was referring to Lovato.
On Friday, the two shared the same photo on Instagram of them together, and Demi captioned her post with, "Hey Fonsi." The 39-year-old singer wrote, "¿Qué pasa Demi?" alongside his post of the same photo.
On Oct. 21, the songstress shared with fans her look for a "music video shoot." Just so happens that Fonsi also posted from a music video set that same day and captioned the post, "Finished! It's a wrap."
Coincidently, they left each other comments on those posts.
Friday couldn't come any sooner!