Hotter Than Hell Dua Lipa
12 October 2012, 07:59
As Capital TV officially launches, join Capital as we take a look at some of the hottest hit music videos in the world right now. You can watch Capital TV on Sky channel 388, FreeSat channel 517, on your iPad /iPhone on the Capital App, or just watch it right here on Capitalfm.com now.
The video for Christina's brand new single 'Your Body' opens with the message, "Warning: No men were harmed during the making of this video", before proceeding to show her exploiting a series of different men. As it reaches its conclusion, Christina is seen performing the song as purple glitter explodes into the air around her. 'Your Body' is the first single to be taken from the star's new album 'Lotus', which is released in November.
While Adam Levine has recently crossed into acting, all of Maroon 5 enjoy an acting role in the promo for 'One More Night', with Adam taking the lead fighter role, James Valentine as a gambling spectator and bass player Michael Madden takes the part of the ring announcer. As the Peter Berg video progresses, his bandmates join Adam in the ring in various supporting slots.
One Direction's hugely anticipated video for 'Live While We're Young' was released in September and shows the band enjoying a day out together at a campsite in Kent. Harry, Niall, Zayn, Liam and Louis are seen running around, Zorbing and diving into a lake in the video for the song, which is the first to be taken from their forthcoming album 'Take Me Home'.
The video for 'Under The Sun' features a retro 60s' vibe, with Cheryl parading down a busy town street dressed in a long fitted red skirt and cream top with her hair up in a beehive style, as she greets neighbours and passers-by. The song is taken from her latest solo album 'A Million Lights'. Picture: Cary Hammond
The video for PSY's notorious internet sensation sees the K-Pop singer demonstrating his now world famous 'Gangnam Style' dance routines, which have gripped fans around the world. The song topped the Vodafone Big Top 40 in September.
Taylor Swift's video for 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' sees the US singer trying her best to avoid her ex-boyfriend as he tries to reconcile with the star. The song's lyrics have struck a chord with Taylor's fans around the world, with the track set to feature on her new album 'Red'. The singer's latest LP is due out on 22nd October.
Singer Andy Brown is seen pining for an ex love who he sees dancing around with her new flame through a pane of glass wall in the video to the band's new single 'Standing In The Dark'. As the song unfolds, the mirror shatters around the star and the band are involved in a performance scene complete with emotional delivery and water falling from the ceiling. 'Standing In The Dark' is released on 14th October and is the third single to be taken from the band's new album 'Chapman Square'.
The eye-catching video for 'Try' sees Pink perform an incredible routine alongside muscular dancer Colt Prattes. Directed by Floria Sigismondi and choreographed by The Golden Boyz, the routine slowly shows more and more signs of violence as the video continues, before concluding with the couple running at high speeds towards out in the desert before taking a big leap toward each other, and ends leaving it ambitious as to whether they were about to embrace or continue fighting. The song is taken from the star's new album 'The Turth About Love'.
In the video for 'Turn Around' featuring Ne-Yo, Conor is seen singing to his love interest from a phone booth suspended in the sky, before the clip cuts to scenes of him falling through the sky and riding a fast moving train. Ne-Yo also makes a cameo in the video for the latest single from the star's debut album 'Contrast'.
A blonde-haired Chris Brown takes a contemplative walk during the opening scenes of the video for 'Don't Judge Me', before he tells the female protagonist he will be heading out on a mission. Electronic images flash upon his arms and neck as it is revealed the R&B star will be heading for a one way mission into space to destroy a ship orbiting earth.
The video for 'Candy' sees Robbie Williams going to great lengths to prove his angelic status to a mystery woman, who is the subject of much male attention, including throwing himself in front of cars and off buildings. 'Candy' is taken from the Take That singer's new album 'Take The Crown', which is released on 5th November.
Aston Merrygold, Marvin Humes, Oritse Williams and JB Gill are dressed in black and white outfits for their latest video, rocking leather jackets, white shirts and Aston wearing a black cap. The video for 'Hottest Girl In The World' sees the 'She Makes Me Wanna' star perform a perfectly choreographed routine throughout the video while backed by several beautiful female dancers who are presumably their hottest girls. The song is taken from the band's new album 'Evolution'.
Directed by Rankin, Example's has told his fans not to read anything into the video for his new single 'Close Enemies', which features everything from clowns to a terrified girl. All we'll say, is grab a cushion because this is a scary ride! 'Close Enemies' is the latest single to come from Example's new album 'The Evolution Of Man', released in November.
Justin is seen acting opposite Kill Bill star Michael Madsen in the lengthy opening for his 'As Long As You Love Me' video, as Madsen portrays the overprotective father of Justin's potential love interest. After being warned to stay away from her or face the consequences, Justin leaves his girl a note suggesting they run away and the two later escape in a car, in between flashbacks to earlier points in their relationship. The video for the song, which features an emotional climax, is the latest to come from the star's worldwide smash 'Believe'.
If their video is anything to go by, Carly Rae and Owl City certainly know how to have a 'Good Time'. Filmed in New York, the video follows Carly driving out of the US city with friends to meet up with Owl City singer Adam Young and other friends for a weekend away camping. The 26 year-old singer performs with the 'Fireflies' singer while enjoying slush puppies, group sing-a-longs and toasting marshmallows by a campfire in the feel good music video. The song features on Carly's recently released new album 'Kiss'.