Miley Cyrus Offers a Lesson in Restraint in Pharrell's 'Come Get It Bae' Music Video
Pharrell has been churning out dance floor gold lately with "Blurred Lines," "Happy," and those smooth collaborations with French robot duo Daft Punk. The singer and producer has again struck gold with the insanely catchy "Come Get It Bae," the latest single from G I R L. The clip features plenty of models (fully clothed, we might add) who dance around in a high-rise studio. Miley Cyrus then comes in to lend her vocals and show us she's still got a thing for colorful hair crafts.
But the interesting part about the clip is that Cyrus' twerk-free performance lacks foam fingers, weird, acid-dream visuals, and overtly sexual movements. In "Come Get It Bae," the singer limits herself to a few synchronized leg kicks, hand jives, and, of course, some signature tongue display:
In other words, this is the tamest we've seen the pop star in a while...
As we said, this clip is a Miley Cyrus lesson in restraint. However, when it comes to restraining her undying love of BeDazzled art, plastic beads, and lanyards — well, that goes out the door.