Demi Lovato paired up with NSYNC and Fallout Boy on the music video for the latter’s hit single, “Irresistible.”
It’s been a busy year for Lovato. Her album Confident dropped in October and has garnered favorable reviews, including 4.5/5 stars from Billboard. “Cool for the Summer” has been blaring from top stations since it’s release, she was named on Forbes’ 30 under 30 for music, and got to make a kick-ass music video with heartthrob Michelle Rodriguez for the album’s title single “Confident.” Hard work has made the 23-year-old actor/singer a hot commodity, so it’s easy to see why they made another video featuring her.
This is the second official video to for the track. The original clip had less Demi and more Pugs, which apparently didn’t cut it. The single is a panea to dysfunctional love and Demi adds some much needed sass and sex appeal to both the song and video. The cutsie video also includes some familair faces to join the familiar concept. Popcrush says:
“Ex *NSYNC members Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone join Demi as toy factory employees who produce a creepy, creepy set of Fall Out Boy toys. “It’s Gonna Be Me” reference, anyone?”
The song will be accompanying fellow singles, “Centuries” and “Uma Thurman” on Fall Out Boy’s sixth studio album, American Beauty/ American Psycho, which is looking at a Jan. 16 release date. Check out the video below.