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Someone’s been watching a few B movies lately. At least from what I can tell after watching Panic At The Disco’s latest video.

The sci-fi inspired clip directed by Tim Hendrix is Species meets Invasion of the Body Snatchers. Poor band frontman Brandon Urie never stood a chance. He’s the victim of an alien force disguised as an attractive woman. In the wise words of Bell Biv Devoe, “never trust a big butt and a smile.”

Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time” is the latest single off the band’s fifth studio album Death Of A Bachelor. Check out the creepy clip below.

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I need this neon jumpsuit for Halloween!!! Normally, I avoid the holiday but I’d partake in the festivities so I could rock this outfit.

Zayn Malik looks ready for a Tron sequel. It’s all about lasers and neon for the 23-year-old singer in the clip directed by Director X. I could do without the creepy mismatched colored contacts, but a chacun à son goût.

Like I Would” is the fourth track to get a video treatment off his solo debut album. I gotta say, I’m pleasantly surprised he filmed a video for the club-friendly song. It’s only included in the deluxe version of Mind of Mine. Glad that he’s giving it an official release push. It was an immediate favorite the second I heard it.

Check out the futuristic video below. Too bad, Malik didn’t join his backup dancers. But as anyone who watched him on The X Factor, dude doesn’t have the easiest time picking up choreography.

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Clearly, Jason Derulo never heard of the phrase, “don’t sh*t where you eat.” He has no problem engaging in a romantic relationship with one of his co-workers for his new music video. Let’s just hope for his sake that she doesn’t get all Fatal Attraction on him should they breakup. #savethebunny

The 26-year-old singer co-directed the visual for “If It Ain’t Love” with Joe Labisi. It features Derulo executing some seductive dance moves all over the office and even on the ceiling. You just know this probably isn’t the first time Jason has done it on a desk, photocopier, etc…

Check out the sexy clip below which features sponsorship from Beluga vodka and FIAT. It’s all about product placement in videos these days.

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There’s no new episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race tonight which means another week before we find out who Ru will crown as the Season 8 winner. To tide us over until then, the 55-year-old shared a preview of her new music video.

Like previous years, this clip for the season’s theme song, “The Realness,” features the final three. Watch Kim Chi, Naomi Smalls and Bob the Drag Queen rock out some neon blacklight makeup while Mama Ru serves up glamor. Willie Gomez is also on hand to deliver some serious muscle eye candy. Check out the preview below.

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Megan Trainor releases her highly-anticipated sophomore album Thank You later this week. May 13 to be exact. Ahead of it the 22-year-old just debuted the LP’s second official single. And it’s another sassy tune showing off her confidence. “If I was you, I’d wanna be me too,” M-Train coyly declares on “Me Too.”

Hannah Lux Davis delivers the promotional music clip which features Meghan getting ready for a video shoot. She wakes up and brushes her teeth, rides around LA in her giraffe onesie and primps in her dressing room before showing off her dance moves armed with a squad of ladies. All and all, it’s a cute and fun visual.

The EDM beat is absolutely killer and addictive. Immediately, I found myself bopping. The track also features some Gospel-like moments. “Me Too” is surprisingly good. Check out the video below.

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Not including her recording of Ellen’s Season 13 theme song, “Just Like Fire” is Pink’s first real single in over three years. And it’s a sensational return. The Max Martin-produced power ballad is vintage Pink but also shows off a new side- a surprising rap break by the 36-year-old singer.

For the accompanying video, she enlisted longtime collaborator Dave Meyers to direct. Since the single is for Alice Through The Looking Glass, it’s only fitting Pink head to Wonderland. She faces off against herself in an epic life-sized chess game and hosts an aerial tea party. Speaking of aerials, it wouldn’t be a Pink video without the singer showing off her silk-twirling abilities. Girl loves to be upside down.

Check out the video below which features cameos from her daughter Willow and husband Carey Hart. Be sure to stay til the end for the surprise ending.

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As a huge dog lover myself, this music video is right up my alley. I want to adopt every single puppy in this clip. They’re beyond adorable, especially when they get the Beyonce wind machine slo-motion treatment. Bey has nothing on their hairography 😉

Tegan & Sara are making good on their promise to deliver a visual for every single track off their eighth studio album, Love You To Death, out on June 3. “100x” follows previously-released clips for “U-Turn” and my personal favorite, “Boyfriend.” Check out the video below directed by Jess Rona.

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When Jennifer Lopez released “Ain’t Your Mama,” she received substantial backlash. Not so much for the quality of the track but for who produced it- Dr. Luke. J. Lo wisely amps up the female empowerment aspect of the lyrics written by Meghan Trainor for the accompanying video.

“Treat me good, you know?” Lopez told Entertainment Tonight. “Guys have this tendency… They love you in the beginning, and you’re the hottest woman on earth. Then, all of a sudden it’s like, ‘Okay, where’s my food?’ And I’m like, ‘What?!? You kidding me? Take me out.’”

The clip begins with a sample of Hillary Clinton’s 1995 speech from the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women. Lopez then takes on different personas fighting for their rights from the 50s all the way to present day. The 80s look is my favorite. The 46-year-old then ends it off with an epic dance number, wearing a white jumpsuit with distractingly ugly denim chaps. Check out the video below.

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