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From PSY's 'Gentleman' to One Direction's 'Best Song Ever', join Capital as we round up some of the best music videos of the year so far, including some of your suggestions.
One of the raunchiest videos of 2013, Miley's 'We Can't Stop' is about a seemingly never-ending house party, packed full of some of the singer's real life friends having the time of their lives. It will make you pretty jealous, especially when Miley shows off her now famous twerking skills.
It's the video EVERYONE has been talking about so it's no surprise Capital FM fans called Robin Thicke's huge number one as one of this year's best music videos. From cavorting with some scantily dressed ladies to bragging about the size of his [blank], there's no denying 'Blurred Lines' is one of the most controversial videos of 2013.
One of the year's most-anticipated videos, 'Everything Has Changed' tracked the relationship between a mini-Ed and mini-Taylor, and had an adorability factor of roughly 145%. Seriously though, video's don't get much cuter than this one. Get ready to let out a collective "Awwww."
The song has only been out a week, but that hasn't stopped One Direction's huge fan base voting 'Best Song Ever' as one of the greatest videos of 2013. The promo lets Harry, Niall, Liam, Zayn and Louis show off their burgeoning acting skills as a various of hilarious different characters… with Harry's depiction of enthusiastic marketing guy Marcel a true fan favourite! Well done boys!
The boys promised fans their best video ever… and it's hard not to argue with them! Paying tribute to some of the best boy band videos of the past, The Wanted's fans couldn't get enough of seeing Max, Tom, Jay, Siva and Nathan putting on their nineties hats and giving their own take on videos by Backstreet Boys, Take That and N Sync. We just can't believe they managed to keep a straight face!
After starting 2013 as one of the biggest underground dance tracks, 'Jack' has officially gone mainstream this summer - filling dancefloors from Miami to Ibiza. The hilarious video is a must watch, especially if you like lots of facial hair!
Britney is most definitely back and she brought along sons Sean Preston and Jayden for the ride in her video to Smurftastic hit 'Ooh La La'. Aside from the unavoidable cuteness of seeing Ms. Spears acting opposite her two kids, the video memorably features Britney entering the world of the Smurfs…to hilarious results!
Fans absolutely loved seeing Jessie in action with her newly shaved hair in the video for 'Wild', giving the UK star one of her biggest hits to date. Guest appearances from rappers Dizzee Rascal and Big Sean didn't hurt either… and neither did showing off her beach-ready body in a variety of risqué outfits! Jessie, we salute you!
2013 is Demi Lovato's year and her huge hit single 'Heart Attack' has only proved this, showcasing the X Factor USA judge's incredibly vocal talents. Her suitably epic music video has also gone down a storm, letting Demi show off a variety of incredible looks, as well as adding a sense of scale to the powerful love song.
One of the standout tracks from Pink's 2012 album 'The Truth About Love', this team-up with Fun. singer Nate Reuss featured an emotional video that saw the two stars belting out the chorus opposite each other. Perhaps what fans really liked was getting to see Pink performing opposite her husband Carey Hart in a steamy scene towards the end of the 'Just Give Me A Reason' video.
Olly has been scoring hit after hit this year but it was his emotional roller coaster music video for 'Dear Darlin' that makes this list. The 'Troublemaker' singer leads fans through the story a painful break-up as he is seen struggling to write about his feelings following the split.
When you're song's called 'Goin' Crazy' then the pressure is certainly on to push the boundaries with the accompanying music video - and Dizzee Rascal and Robbie Williams certainly delivered! The video for 'Goin' Crazy' sees the pair riding up and down an East London street on customised mobility scooters! It doesn't get any crazier than that. Picture: Rex
In the video for '#thatPOWER', Will.i.am is transported into the future as he performs a series of catchy dance steps to his mega summer anthem, while Justin Bieber makes several appearances as a giant hologram.
How do you follow-up a music video that got more than one billion views? Well, in PSY's case, you play a series of sneaky tricks on women! That's what the K-Pop star did in the video for 'Gentleman', which was released earlier this year following unstoppable success of 'Gangnam Style'.
While Rudimental's songs have dominated the Vodafone Big Top 40 over the last 12 months, the group's music videos have attracted also as much attention. The video for 'Waiting All Night' attempted to recreate the story of Kurt Yeager, a top BMX pro rider who made a miraculous recovery from injury to compete at the highest level of once again. It's an unmissable watch.
The dramatic music video for 'Mirrors' sees Justin performing in a room full of, err, mirrors, while also tells the story of an elderly couple's relationship. It's an arty spectacle.
A hit at the start of the year, 'Thrift Shop's' video was just as popular as the rapper trawled through second hand shops buying clothes with some of his friends.
Ahead of the release of their debut album 'Body Music', AlunaGeorge dropped the incredible 'You Know You Like It', which featured a music video showing the pair getting down to the track in an empty swimming pool with a group of friends. Now doesn't that sound like a fun night out!?
It's one of the songs of the summer, and the video for 'I Love It' doesn't disappoint either, showing Icona Pop partying away at clubs behind some strongly 90s' inspired filters. They certainly know how to get the party started!
Lawson returned this summer with the anthemic 'Brokenhearted' and the video saw Andy, Adam, Ryan and Joel performing the track on a rooftop in Los Angeles.