Naya Rivera Unveils Racy 'Sorry' Lyric Video
The black-and-white clip features nude silhouettes and light projections.
Nude models are having a music video moment.
On the heels of Robin Thicke's highly controversial "Blurred Lines" video and Justin Timberlake's racy clip for "Tunnelvision" comes -- wait for it -- Naya Rivera.
Yes, the Glee star is the latest to enlist a bevy of beauties to strip down for her NSFW black-and-white "Sorry" lyric video --- but contrary to the title, she's not sorry. It's arguably tamer than Timberlake's offering, but similar in concept using shadows and silhouettes with light projections. The new track features a verse from Rivera's real-life beau, Big Sean. Watch it below.
Rivera's video comes about one week before Fox's hit musical series returns to the small screen, with season five set to debut on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 9 p.m. The actress will romance guest star Demi Lovato this season, and will also play a large role in the episode three tribute to Cory Monteith.
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