Director Chris Marrs Piliero has already scored one smash through the clever use of subtitles — see his gem "Next Girl" for The Black Keys — so, here's another should-be winner. "Dark Nights" does a great job of introducing you to Dorothy, while also making sure to point out all the things you might have missed — hey, it's Pedro!
Ariana Grande and director Chris Marrs Piliero proved their sci-fi bonafides on "Break Free", so not a surprise to see them zoom back to that Barbarellatastic world to settle the issue of whether or not Greedo shot first.
You would think that a gig as Fry Guy at Slappy Joe's wouldn't severely crimp All Time Low singer Alex Gaskarth's ability to still be irresistible, so it shouldn't come as a huge surprise when a glance in the mirror reveals something much gnarlier as the reason why nobody wants to get close to him.
PS: Pretty sure no cats were injured in the making of this video.
If that first day back at the office has you feeling a bit down, then this blast of workplace rebellion should do the trick... even if singer Tom Fletcher proves no more successful than Jerry Maguire at luring his mates to also walk out.
Obviously an Excessive Machine would be a bit much — the line is drawn at boob rockets — but Ariana Grande gets surprising campy and unsurpisingly sexy in a sci-fi romp that occupies a galaxy somwhere between Barbarella and Flash Gordon.
The kookiest one is unfortunately not on the list: Britney Spears and Jason Trawick, who was also her manager at the time (and has much better abs than any other music manager out there. Believe me.)
There also many notable hair metal omissions like David Coverdale of Whitesnake and Tawny Kitaen in "Here I Go Again" and "Is This Love" (ed. It was not) and, of course, Sam Kinison and Jessica Hahn in "Wild Thing" ...
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