Jessica Simpson, Bret Michaels, Kim Kardashian, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Palin, Elvis Presley, Amy Winehouse and entire Star Trek crew is all here, if only in pardoy form, in Eminem's new music video for his single "We Made You." The song, eh, probably not his best work, but Eminem does a better Bret Michaels than Bret Michaels. See for yourself.
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Comedian and actress Margaret Cho had directed Jill Sobule in her lastest music video for "San Francisco". Jill Sobule was kissing girls way, way, way before Katy Perry, back in 1995 with her top 20 hit "I Kissed A Girl". Katy wasn't potty trained yet and probably still relied on her binky to sleep at night. Well, who's to say that isn't the case now? At any rate, Jill's video is cute and features lots of local San Francisco personalities, including Margaret herself.
Lily Allen's new music video for her song "Not Fair". She's got the prettiest, shiniest, sparkle shoes on. Drool worthy!
If you haven't picked up the album yet, you really should. It's pretty damn fantastic.
If you don't know Bat For Lashes, you should. Thom Yorke loves her, and you've probably seen her rising that bike in the "What's A Girl To Do" video. The latest music video from BFL, aka Natasha Khan, for the song "Daniel" is creepy, Karate Kid inspired, dreamy goodness. Enjoy.
So the official music video for Britney Spears' "If U Seek Amy" has been released on her website. Completely underwhelmed. There's definitely a bit of a "I'm a Slave 4 U" vibe going on, but really the smirk on her face the whole time makes you think there's an inside joke going on that only her and her crew get. And let's face it, there probably is.
The change from super slut into 50's housewife is strange and doesn't flow well, but Britney fans will be happy because Britney fans are happy when she does anything. Though no amount of editing is going to make me believe that Brit-Brit got it on with a room full of cheerleaders. Leave the fake bisexuality to Tila Tequila, please.
no embed, but you can see the video on her website here:
ETA: blurry, but you get the idea
Not sure how I have never seen this music video before. "Her Morning Elegance" by Oren Lavie, starring Israeli actress Shir Shomron and containing no actual video footage, rather 3225 still photos. You can check out a couple more tunes over at Oren's myspace, but really this video is where it's at. Enjoy.