"They wanted me to be with 11 different girls," the rapper said, noting that the director was suggesting names like Natalie Portman, Penélope Cruz and Salma Hayek.
"Then they were going to have Fergie talk to some guys, and I was like, 'It's cool, but where's the Black Eyed Peas?
Hilary Duff’s breakup with Mike Comrie was well documented by tabloids, as was Jason Derulo’s breakup with Jordin Sparks, and Mariah Carey’s divorce from Nick Cannon.
These are stories that we are familiar with, ones that we may feel inclined to follow and so when these artists continue to tell their stories through incorporating these apps into their music videos, we naturally follow.
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"Obviously, those guys are very funny and they added their Malloy touch.Comprised of Izzi Vasquez on the drums, Jesse Botello on bass, Alex Naughton strumming guitar and Jena Pyle as vocalist (as well as playing gameshow host), Sundae Crush’s video is playful yet smart, taking the generic notions of TV dating programs and turning them on their heads.From inquiring about shared fries and Wi-Fi passwords to making sure their potential date holds shared interests while simultaneously maintaining healthy and autonomous boundaries, the quartet’s DIY creativity feels like a relatable world we’d all love to disappear in for a while.' So that's what spawned the idea for a game show," he continued."It would allow us to be us, but keep us as a group. Ap is [not included] vocally in the song, he still has an important role in the video." The group pitched the new idea to another director, but when that budget came in sky-high, they tapped the Malloys (Blink-182, Avril Lavigne), who directed their "Shut Up" video last year.