If you have HBO or already bough Beyonce's Lemonade visual album, then you've already had a chance to see this "Sorry" visual. Now everyone gets to dig in, however, on what will be a new video for them.
There's a cold rain outside, but things are steamy in the shower between Nick Jonas and Pretty Little Liar Shay Mitchell. Whether it's a sexy reconciliation is left in doubt, especially with all the hints of a severely tumultuous and permanently damaged relationship.
If you're gonna parody '00s pop and especially NSync's "It's Gonna Be Me" video, then who better to make it happen than that video's original director, Wayne Isham? Also along for the ride are guest singer Demi Lovato, NSync members Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick, plus some old marionette toys of the band inspired by their "Bye Bye Bye" video (which was also directed by Isham).
Now, when do those Fall Out Boy toys hit the shelves?
You might get the sense that Selena Gomez is toying with you in this sexy twisty stylish video. Is she a play-at-home sexpot pining for the movie star? Or are the two of them living in bliss and she's just missing him when he's at work? Or maybe she's just a stalker.
Whatever the case, she's got her hands full in this welcome return from director Alek Keshishian (who you should know from his groundbreaking 1991 tour documentary film Madonna: Truth Or Dare).
Dance is definitely the trend of 2015, ever since Sia’s “Chandelier” (and Kiesza’s “Hideaway”) broke some ground last year with their ur-dance videos. This time Muse and director Robert Hales take you inside a chalk-filled silo while two dancers express their kind of creepy selves.
It's an ultra-exclusive party, complete with silly dresscode, silly security and silly secrecy. And Mayer Hawthorne jumps through even hoop and makes the trek, all to realize that he's still mainly hanging with his own bad self.