The pair can be seen dancing in the iconic ballroom to Tale As Old As Time, sung by Ariana Grande and John Legend.
The latest trailer gives fans an extended look at Disney’s hotly anticipated live-action film.
The magical clip kicks off with Belle as a young girl with her father Maurice (Kevin Kline) before fast-forwarding to his imprisonment as Belle sets about finding him.
On discovering the castle, viewers are given a glimpse of a terrified Belle as the Beast chastises her for asking about the red rose before the pair learn to love each other and are seen sharing a joke in the library and dining together.
But things turn sour when Gaston (Luke Evans) gives the order to “kill the Beast”, leaving Belle horrified.
The latest clip also gives fans a comprehensive look at Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, and Plumette, played by Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, as well as Lumière (Ewan McGregor) who comes close to stealing the show.
The official full-length trailer broke records on its release in November to become the most viewed trailer in 24 hours.
It racked up 127.6 million views to dethrone Fifty Shades Darker, which held the previous record of 114 million.
Beauty and the Beast is set for UK cinema release on March 17.