The nostalgia evoking pop jam, which has just debuted at #11 last week on the Billboard Hot 100, is serving all sorts of late ’90s/ early ’00s realness – EVERYTHING THAT I LOVE – so it’s no surprise that the accompanying music video is doing the exact same.
In the Fatima Robinson and Barnaby Roper-directed clip we see a (newly) red-headed Meghan and a troupe of lady dancers showing off some fierce armography/choreography in some kind of factory, and then there’s also a sexy mesh moment. I love me a mesh moment. There’s no real plot to it really, it’s just Meghan looking super confident in her brand new, none-1950s garb look. She’s selling it and I am eating it up – WIN!
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from Jon ALi’s Blog http://jonalisblog.com/2016/03/21/meghan-trainor-serves-up-y2k-inspired-music-video-for-no/