Capital FM's Anti-Romance Music Video Playlist

13 February 2012, 12:26

One for everyone not sending a Valentine's this year – the best videos for reminding you why you're happy to be single.

So for all those 'Single Ladies' (and gents) who look back on some 'Bad Romance' and believe that 'What Goes Around...Comes Around'...here's a playlist of anti-romantic music videos to watch this Valentine's Day.

Check out our top 10 playlist below...

1.
Beyonce
'Single Ladies'
'If you liked it then you should have put a ring on it!' There are no cryptic, post break-up messages in Beyonce's 'Single Ladies'.
2.
Pixie Lott
'All About Tonight'


Pixie's first single from album 'Young Foolish Happy' is about a first girls' night out on the town following a painful break-up. And she's got 'a new pair of shoes'...
3.
Adele
'Rolling In The Deep'

She admitted that she wrote 'Rolling In The Deep' as a sort of "f*** you" to an ex, and nobody who's listened to Adele's break-up anthem can be in any doubt about how much she meant it...
4.
Justin Timberlake
'Cry Me A River'

Featuring a Britney Spears' lookalike and a storyline about a boyfriend discovering a cheating girlfriend, Justin 'SexyBack' Timberlake may have been referencing real life events in his video for 'Cry Me A River'.
5.
Britney Spears
'Womanizer'
Doing exactly what it does on the tin, Britney's video for 'Womanizer' sees the princess of pop give a cheating bloke what for for his duplicitous ways.
6.
Rihanna
'Man Down'

In one of her most controversial music videos to date, Rihanna guns down a man who it is inferred has been abusive towards her. 
7.
Lady Gaga
'Bad Romance'
The title of Lady Gaga's 2009 single says it all...
8.
Justin Timberlake
'What Goes Around...Comes Around'
It's Justin again with a tale of karma for cheating exes...

Kelis
'Caught Out There'

Kelis opts for the direct approach in her music video for 'Caught Out There', repeatedly belting out the lyrics 'I Hate You So Much Right Now'!
10.
Christina Perri
'Jar of Hearts'
It might sound more like a love song, but the lyrics to 'Jar Of Hearts', which include the repeated question 'And who do you think you are?' leave little doubt about the song's intention.
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