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Fall Out Boy released a music video for “Irresistible” months ago. The remix version featuring Demi Lovato has been performing so well both on the charts and on radio, the band has decided to film another visual- one without Doug the Pug and with the “Confident” singer instead.

The new visual directed by Wayne Isham serves some major early 2000s realness. The band along with Lovato pay homage to N Sync, specifically during their No Strings Attached era. Taking inspiration from the boy band’s iconic “It’s Gonna Be Me” clip, FOB transform themselves into actions figures as well.

Irresistible Video Description

What if in the NSYNC video for “It’s Gonna Be Me” there was an analog to the story? Where in the same store there was a dollar bin full of toys that no one really wanted that would band together like the misfit, offbrand little outsiders they were. “Irresistible” is the video for that story, it’s about the toys no one ever wanted come to life.

Check out the fun clip below which features a cameo from Joey Fatone. I’m a little surprised Lance Bass or Chris Kirkpatrick also didn’t pop as well. Right?

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Michael Jackson “Hollywood Tonight” Music Video

In: Music, Patrick

The song “Hollywood Tonight” is one of the better tracks on MJ’s latest (and last?) album. The accompanying video, directed by Wayne Isham, has just been released. The storyline is very “Burlesque” or any other Hollywood dream type movie for that matter, as it follows a young woman (Sofia Boutella) to Hollywood where she strives to make her dreams come true.

She arrives in Hollywood, stars auditioning but doesn’t get the part. She struggles working as a waitress, and low and behold she eventually gets a big part and becomes paparazzi worthy. She takes a stroll, moonwalking across the crosswalk, and finds herself walking down the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She pays a visit to MJ’s star, and breaks out into Jackson inspired dance moves outside Pantages Theatre while in her Jackson inspired outfit. She is an amazing dancer! I’m sure it wasn’t a stretch to play someone living her dream, when she landing this role of a lifetime as the sole lead in Michael Jackson’s music video.

Watch the video after the jump…

Britney Spears: Top 10 Music Videos

In: Music, Patrick

In the spirit of the upcoming release of the Britney Spears new album “Femme Fatale,” I’ve decided to revisit and update a list I first created a couple years ago, reviewing her music videos and compiling a list of Britney’s Top 10 Music Videos of all time. She’s had her ups and downs, but Britney is back on top of the world again, proving she’s here to stay. Excluding the Mickey Mouse Club, Britney’s career goes back to 1998 when her first video was made and the former teen star is turning 30 this year and is the mother of two.

In the past few years, she toured the world, bringing the Circus from city to city, and recently broke records with her latest single “Hold It Against Me” with its visual masterpiece music video directed by Jonas Akerlund.

Here are Britney’s Top Ten Music Videos of all time…

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