I’ve been young before, but I’ve never been a girl (outside of a few dress up games that I assure you were all part of a larger, very manly plan), but I’m guessing this new Miley Cyrus music video We Can’t Stop is going to be something of an anthem for young girls who feel oppressed. Granted, mostly because their parents are monitoring their computer time or they’re not allowed to stay out past 10pm like stupid Sharon is, but, still, oppression is in the eye of the beholder. And for those girls, this Miley Cyrus ode to raunchy girl party time, kind of Cyndi Lauper updated to 2013, I bet it speaks to them.
As for me, I just wanted to see all the edgy booty shaking, doll licking, and simulated making of the sexy scenes promised as images from this video were leaked. They’re all there. It’s hard to say it’s exactly pornographic, as I’m sure some parents groups will scream. But it’s definitely, err, memorable. Take a look for yourself. Enjoy.
Oh, you crazy kids and your wacky music videos.
I can’t really say what’s going on with the thematic callouts in Miley’s music video for We Can’t Stop, I only know Miley Cyrus has said she’s dedicated the song to her fans who have stood by her. I’ll take that to mean me included. I’ve stood by Miley ever since it was not particularly reputable, let alone legal, to stand right by her. Since she was but a pup. But, as evidenced in these stills from the production,
Miley is hardly a little girl anymore. She’s quite grown up and ready to make some seriously sextastic but confusing and pointless music videos. Enjoy.
I really thought the Thicke family hit their highest heights with Growing Pains, but, no, introducing Kirk Cameron to the world would be topped some twenty-five years later with son Robin, a lady-killing crooner, putting a topless Emily Ratajkowski in the uncensored version of his song, Blurred Lines.
Now, I’ve not considered myself a Robin Thicke fan in any way, other than the way a man admires a guy who gets to have sex with his wife and long time girlfriend Paula Patton. But, today, whole new respect for the nextgen Thicke. Big ups. Enjoy.
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I guess you could call this a triumph of musical artistry, or just lament that popular music places a higher emphasis on show and sizzle than it does on actual musical quality, but then you’d be lamenting the cause for some of the best views we get here on Egotastic!, including the boobtastic stylings of curvaceous Nicki Minaj, current American Idol judge (if anybody is still watching that) and current holder of one epically curvy body.
Now, Nicki can’t just strut around topless on camera for her youthful audience, oh, that she could, and she likely would. But for today we’ll settle for the risque dreamscape of Nicki in pasties covering her healthy bosom, and performing her song…. her song… hmm, not even what what that is. Not important. Enjoy.
You know that for all the times we promote, defend, and support Rihanna in the hot looks department, we’ve never much been fans of her music. I mean, there is that one song about the thing with the thing that’s not so bad, but, in general, we do disparage the music made by producers for any singer anywhere at any time to plug in and be the front-face. However, with her new music video for ‘Stay’, Rihanna has once again forced us to come back to her music, if for no other reason than to see her nekkid in the bathtub.
Now, I’m sure this visual reference has some type of deeper meaning, and perhaps would’ve even been a topic of conversation on MTV when MTV actually showed music videos back in the day, but mostly we just want to see Rihanna without her clothes on, she could be whistling Zippity-Doo-Dah for all we care. And while the censors have clearly cut the what assuredly must have been true nekkid parts out of the music video, we’re still watching a hot chick in the bathtub, and waiting patiently for the outtakes. Enjoy.
Avril Lavigne and Taylor Momsen, two musically inclined hotties that we could easily play nekkie naughty Roadie roleplay with, each released new music videos that maximize their hotness and skin potential, as opposed to their melodic genius you might say. Now, I’ll leave you to your own musical sensibilities, but I’m more interested in who you think pulled off the hotter skin-flashing video.
Avril Lavigne with ‘Goodbye’:
or Taylor Momsen with ‘You’
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We’re double dipping today on Rihanna, jetting her hot self between a concert in Rio and a film shoot in the Emerald Isles for a new music video that will likely be talked about in terms of her music, but for which I can only now focus on her amazingly exhibited racktastic. Honestly, if Rihanna chanted her haftarah portion in that outfit, I’d finally pay attention to some Hebrew on the bema. The Barbadian (nay, Bajan, see people of Barbados, I’m learning) just keeps getting hotter and hotter, consuming larger and larger segments of the libido region of my brain, like a sextastic Panzer division plowing across my grey matter without much resistance. Rihanna is unstoppably hot. And with those chest puppies barking like that, I really don’t mind surrendering. Enjoy.