Shawn Mendes Was Spotted By Fans Filming Around Toronto's Berczy Park This Week

Fans think he may have been filming the music video for "It'll Be Okay."

Toronto Staff Writer
Shawn Mendes Was Spotted By Fans Filming Around Toronto's Berczy Park This Week

Shawn Mendes was in Toronto, and fans spotted the singer filming what looks to be a music video.

The Ontario-born singer recently dropped a new heartbreak anthem called "It'll Be Okay" following his split with fellow singer Camila Cabello, and fans think Mendes may have been shooting the music video this week around Toronto's famous dog fountain.

On January 9, a Mendes fan account reposted a series of videos of the singer at Berczy Park walking around with a what looks like a filming crew.

The first video appears to show Mendes surrounded by a group of people in the park with some familiar music playing in the background.

The second video, a TikTok, shows him sitting on a bench and getting up to dramatically walk towards the camera while "It'll Be Okay" plays in the background.


Shawn Mendes’s new music view is soooo good! BTS 📸 #shawnmendes #shawnmendesarmy #itllbeokay #shawnmendesfan #shawnmendesvideos #toronto #fyp

In another video, a fake snow machine blows a flurry of snowflakes over the singer as he looks into the camera.


Just another day in Toronto seeing Shawn Mendes shooting a music video #Shawnmendes #shawnmendesarmy #itllbeokay #shawnmendesvideos #toronto #bts #fyp

Mendes was also spotted walking down Wellington Street along the flatiron building, dramatically mouthing the words of the song, which does support fans' theories that he was shooting the music video or at least some sort of promotional clip.

More videos show the singer in similar scenes on the Twitter fan account, but another video of the Toronto icon appeared on TikTok.

The video shows Mendes rounding the corner to the front of the Flatiron building and, in another clip walking across the intersection with his film crew and what appears to be a police or security escort.

Fans of Mendes will just have to wait and see if the singer releases a video for the song to find out if their hunch was right.

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