Music Videos

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A Naked Miley Cyrus Gets Sensual With Construction Equipment In “Wrecking Ball”

On Monday, Miley Cyrus debuted the brand new video for her ballad, “Wrecking Ball.” In the video directed by everyone’s favorite creepy uncle, Terry Richardson, Cyrus gets awfully sensual with some construction equipment. Like, really sensual. That infamous tongue of hers makes its way back out and onto a sledgehammer. Then there’s all the writhing and groping of the old ball and chain. Man, Liam Hemsworth must be jealous he’s not getting the same attention from his ex-girlfriend lover Robin Thicke humper fiancé or whatever those two are these days. Read more…

by (@SamSpokenWord)

Katy Perry Goes Wild In “Roar”

No, you’re not hallucinating after catching some sort of malaria during this wild jungle journey. That’s definitely Katy Perry brushing an alligator’s teeth AND giving an elephant a manicure after crash landing in the wild. Let’s give a round of ROARing applause for this adventure-filled music video, which also includes Katycat swinging from vines and soothing savage beasts with nothing but the power of her voice (not to mention some choice beats courtesy of Dr. Luke).

by (@megsokay)

Robin Thicke Is “Just Happy” To Be Living The “Dream” On The Set Of “Give It 2 U”

Robin Thicke might scoop up the Moonman for Video of the Year tonight at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards for “Blurred Lines,” but it’s his new video for “Give It 2 U” that everyone can’t stop talking about. MTV News was live on the set of “Give It 2 U ft. 2 Chainz, Kendrick Lamar (Remix)” to talk to the man himself about reuniting with “Blurred Lines” director Diane Martel.

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by (@unclegrambo)

The First 30 Videos That Played On MTV

MTV's First 30 Videos (LIST)

The 2013 Video Music Awards are set to air this Sunday, August 25, at 9PM/8C. In chorus with this program, you’ll no doubt be hearing a smattering of chatter on social media about how MTV doesn’t play music videos anymore, which isn’t actually true but does lend itself to lots of reminiscing about “the good ole days.” Speaking of which, do YOU know what videos aired during MTV’s very first day of programming way back on August 1, 1981? Of course, every trivia nut worth their salt knows that “Video Killed The Radio Star” was the first video ever played on the then-fledgling network, but we’re guessing you probably don’t know what came after that (or after that, and so on and so on).

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WATCH: Lady Gaga’s Video For “Applause” References Both German Expressionism And Janet Jackson’s Breasts

Well folks, here it is: The long-awaited music video for Lady Gaga‘s “Applause”!

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Mumford & Sons Enlist Hilarious (And Famous) Stand-Ins For “Hopeless Wanderer” Video

Mumford & Sons enthralled tens of thousands of fans in Chicago this weekend when they headlined Day 2 of Lollapalooza, a set that was met with near-universal raves. The band has pretty much accomplished it all over the last few years —winning Grammy awards, headlining festivals the world over, joining the You Oughta Know family, convincing megababe Carey Mulligan to enter a state of wedded bliss with lead singer Marcus Mumford—but that didn’t stop them from turning their gaze inward in an attempt to improve themselves. After doing some soul-searching, the band apparently recognized that there was one area in which they didn’t quite excel: Comedy.

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EXCLUSIVE: The Civil Wars Debut Their New Video For “Same Old, Same Old”

It’s been nearly eight months since The Civil Wars announced their “internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition” and, quite frankly, we’re still gutted by the news. Even though Joy Williams and John Paul White are no longer on speaking terms, there is a small silver lining for fans of the Grammy-winning duo: August 6 will see the release of The Civil Wars, the follow-up to the duo’s much beloved 2011 debut. VH1 and CMT are excited to exclusively premiere the first video from this project, which is for the album’s single, “Same Old, Same Old.”

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Jack Johnson Keeps It Extremely Casual In His New Video, “I Got You”

When it comes to chillin’, few are better at it than Jack Johnson. The native Hawaiian troubadour has more or less cornered the market on casual cool with his whole laidback acoustic vibe, along the way building one of the most dedicated fanbases in all of music. He just headlined Bonnaroo last month, and his next album, From Here To Now To You, is set for release in September. Our colleagues over at VH1 News recently caught up with the mellow pop-folk singer and asked him about his extremely casual new video, “I Got You.”

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