JT may just yet rival Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' clip with the release of his own clip featuring topless women.
Billboard chart-topping artist Justin Timberlake is setting off fireworks in time for the Fourth of July celebrations with the premiere of a hot new music video for "Tunnel Vision", a track of his highly successful album "The 20/20 Experience". The 32-year-old entertainer may have gotten some inspiration from supposedly similar-sounding Robin Thicke for his new clip, doing some of the same skin-baring stunts the R'n'B singer did for his now infamous "Blurred Lines" music video.
JT draws attention for dropping the "Suit & Tie" look he has been putting on for months now he first took on when he released the hit lead track, opting for a more casual, laid back ensemble as he sings the sexy ballad while showing off some dance moves here and there. Also featuring famed record producer Timbaland, the music video does a lot of extreme close-ups and smoky, black-and-white lighting.
But all of those elements are most likely to be outdone by the flesh parade of topless women writhing while JT sang about his fixation on his romantic partner. The naked bodies even serve as the canvas on which Timberlake's face was projected on at one point in the video. Perhaps the main difference between both raunchy videos is that JT's ladies are doing some interpretative moves as opposed to Thicke's gal pals who were strutting around the whole time amongst him, Pharrell Williams, and T.I..
Released back in March, "Tunnel Vision" is the third single after "Suit & Tie" and "Mirrors" to be released from "The 20/20 Experience", the sequel of which will come out by September.
Justin Timberlake's "Tunnel Vision" music video