One Direction, Robin Thicke, Larry King 'Talk Dirty' in Jason Derulo's Lip-Synch Video
The singer debuted a star-studded video of his hit with 2 Chainz, also featuring Ariana Grande, Ryan Seacrest, Pete Wentz, will.i.am and the cast of 'Pawn Stars.'
Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty" single has gotten a whole mess of celebrities dancing on its way to selling 2 million downloads, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Derulo has been teasing a "Celebrities Talkin' Dirty" lip-synch extravaganza for over a month, and Wednesday, the viral clip finally hit YouTube.
Among the celebrities seen singing along to Derulo's Top 5 smash: girlfriend Jordin Sparks (of course), the boys of One Direction (put on some shirts, dudes!), the girls of Fifth Harmony, a hair-twirling Ariana Grande, a shimmying Austin Mahone, Larry King (!), will.i.am, a very lively Ryan Seacrest, a strictly business Robin Thicke, Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz, the stars of Pawn Stars (!!), Bret Michaels and Enrique Iglesias, who delivers the chorus in Spanish.
Yet of all the familiar faces in the video, the One Direction boys seem to be the stars, after the quintet danced to the song during its "1D Day" live stream back in November.
On this week's Hot 100 chart, "Talk Dirty" (featuring 2 Chainz) dips one spot to No. 4, while rising to a new peak on Radio Songs. A full-length version of Derulo's Tattoos album is due out in April, and Derulo is currently on an international headlining tour.
Watch the "Talk Dirty" lip-synch video below:
This article first appeared on Billboard.com.
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