The Wanted frontman Nathan Sykes is so fine as a modern James Dean in his Famous MV
THE GREGORY BROTHERS FEAT. (WEIRD AL) YANKOVIC - BAD HOMBRES, NASTY WOMEN
If you watch only one parody music video about the US presidential election, make it this one.
Auto-Tune masters The Gregory Brothers have teamed up with parody king Yankovic for a musical roast. The song title comes from Mr Donald Trump's reference to Mexicans as "bad hombres" and Mrs Hillary Clinton as "such a nasty woman".
Yankovic plays the part of a debate moderator asking the presidential candidates silly questions. If only politics was always this entertaining.
NATHAN SYKES - FAMOUS
The Wanted frontman Sykes is oh so fine as a modern James Dean in this MV for his single.
He plays a lovelorn, small-time movie star longing for his leading lady, who is caught on the casting couch with the film's director.
Sykes said in a statement that Famous was by someone he was very close to when he was in the band.
"And when the band decided to take a break, they suddenly stopped talking to me.
"It prompted me to ask: What do I have to do to make you care about me as much as I care about you? Do I have to be Famous?"
MICHAEL BUBLÉ - NOBODY BUT ME
The Canadian crooner shows off his goofy side in this MV for his new album.
Bublé plays four roles: himself and three dating game show contestants - a nerd, a Frenchman and an Afro-headed player.
As Bublé sings for the game show, his alter egos try to impress a leggy blonde, answering quirky questions like "If I was a carrot, what would you do to me?".
Seeing nerdy Bublé choke on a carrot makes watching this MV totally worth it. It's just too funny.