Little Mix Dance Through Rainbow-Hued Halls in ‘Touch’ Music Video
Little Mix unveiled a brand-new music video on Thursday (January 19), for Glory Days single "Touch" — and Perrie, Leigh-Anne, Jesy and Jade indeed get touched by a coterie of male dancers as they boast dance moves and expert hair-whips of their own.
The clip was directed by Director X and Parris Goebel, the New Zealand-born choreographer best known in the U.S. for Justin Bieber's "Sorry" music video (which was Vevo's most-watched video of 2016). The choice is a good fit, given that "Touch" is an on-trend effervescent pop take on dancehall, following the radio-friendly trail "Sorry" blazed.
Perrie also wears an interesting flesh-colored corset over her pink hoodie that's very "naked Barbie doll" reminiscent, while Leigh-Anne puts in an early bid for Best Knit Choker of 2017.
Watch the video for "Touch," a song co-produced by Beyonce and Madonna songwriter MNEK, above.
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