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I--- The song is actually good. The lyrics are hilarious, typically Todrick. LYRICS: The video is veeeeery well done. It features Lance Bass IN HEELS at the beginning (also, that beard suits him right!). THE NEKKID SCENE IN THE MIDDLE OHMAGAH. All the outfits are amazing. I LOVE the choreo. Everything gives me Gaga's "Rain On Me" vibes, and I'm not complaining, but it's obviously based on the song "It's Raining Men", by the American musical duo the Weather Girls, from 1982: There's a 2001 version by Geri Halliwell, from the Spice Girls:
From Wikipedia: In 2019 he released "Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels" and it went viral. Now it has almost 40 millions views! That's a lot. ( @Jordan Miller I......cannot......emmmmbedddd....vii.....dd.....eoooOOooOoosss.....) Then, at the beginning of this year, right after the pandemic was officially announced, he released another version of this song, changing the lyrics AND asking many famous friends to make cameos in the video from home!: ...and now THIS! Which I think is fantastic and HILARIOUS! And a S-E-R-V-E: The LYRICS are so funny haha!: What do you guys think? It doesn't get gayer than this.....
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3356218534437253&id=204318022960669&sfnsn=mo&extid=fKD1wBXAqh1vvlT9&d=n&vh=e Logo counted 9 iconic queer vma Moments Lady Gaga for her meat dress Lil Nas X for winning song of the year. . Elton John for performing with guns n' roses. Todrick hall for acceptance speech for you need to calm down. For Video with a message. Miley Cyrus for drag queens appearance on her performance of doooo it!!! But Madonna appeared the most.. For her groundbreaking Vogue performance at the 1990 VMAs, The Kiss that shook the vmas And the drag queen tribute to her at the 99 VMAs. Where Madonna proclaimed it takes a real man to wear my shoes.
If one thing can't be denied is Todrick Hall is one of the biggest Black LGBTQ stars. Up there with Billy Porter. But that's not to say he isnt loved by his own community In 2017 he appeared in the Taylor swift video Look what you made me do and became like her spokesperson for the LGBT community. Which has led to some Black LGBTQ community members accusing him of selling out But he finally comes clean. He didn't grow up in a black neighborhood outside the church and family. He grew up in a white Middle class neighborhood Which truly now makes sense. Why most of his employees, etc were white. Cos that's all he grew up around. 90s white middle class would probably be now considered as the upper class in today's climate.