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Perrie Edwards Leaves Zayn Malik Behind As Little Mix Takes An EPIC Road Trip In The Shout Out To My Ex Music Video!
Some girls get over a bad breakup with a haircut.
But the lovely ladies of Little Mix opt for the "out of sight, out of mind" approach! On Thursday, the girl group dropped the new music video for their breakup bop Shout Out To My Ex, and it's all about leaving those awful exes behind!
The gorgeous gals weren't supposed to gift us with the visual until Friday, so we're super thankful for the early release… especially because it's DRIPPING with sass!
In the creative clip, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock hit the road in a baby blue convertible, shouting out to their exes with the top down!
The fierce females also show their former flames just what they're missing by flaunting their fab figures by the pool!
Not to mention, there's that totally liberating shot where they toss all those mementos from their past relationships out of the car!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
It looks like this famous feud has already fizzled!
And since the DJ duo made the blunt comment to one of the leading music publications, we aren't entirely surprised the blonde heard about their less-than stellar review.
Now, Drew Taggart and Alex Pall have sat down with NME, and they have nothing but positive things to say about the singer this time around!
Alex raved about her clap back, saying:
Little Mix's new music video is almost here!
On Thursday, the girl group decided to share a sneak peek of the music video for Shout Out To My Ex before the full thing drops on Friday!
On Thursday, Vevo UK posted a quick clip on Twitter, showing Leigh-Anne Pinnock belting out the breakup bop while she, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, and Jade Thirlwall flaunted their fierce figures by the pool!
Damn, girls! Show those exes what they're missing! Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Janet Jackson's Iconic Tune Nasty Skyrockets After Donald Trump Calls Hillary Clinton A 'Nasty Woman'!
Nothing surprises us about this election anymore!
Ha! We bet Jackson didn't expect Donald to inadvertently bring back one of her best hits!
To make things even more hysterical, "nasty" was the one of the top searched terms on Merriam-Webster following the presidential hopeful's showdown. Not to mention Twitter has been having a field day with Trump's failed jab!
Check out a few reactions (below)!
A college football player is suing the University of Virginia for promoting a culture of "bullying, abuse, harassment, and discrimination" in the school's football program.
In a lawsuit filed last Friday, Aiden Howard alleged that he was routinely mocked and humiliated by his teammates, who regularly called him "retarded" due to his learning disability.
The former Virginia receiver also claims upperclassmen forced him into a staged fight, which left him with a broken eye socket, before he eventually left the program and transferred to Robert Morris.
According to the suit, the athlete started getting bullied by the other players because he wasn't manly enough, specifically naming defendants Doni Dowling and David Eldridge for targeting him "because of his soft-spoken and mild-mannered nature."
The suit goes on to say coaches did nothing to stop the harassment, and claims wide receivers coach Marques Hagan enabled the abuse by harassing Howard himself, stating:
This is an interesting development.
On Thursday, TMZ revealed one of Jared Fogle's child porn victims dropped her lawsuit against the pedophile and his heinous business partner Russell Taylor. The decision comes on the heels of Fogle COUNTERSUING the parents of the traumatized victim.
According to the report, Fogle's accuser decided to dismiss her $150K civil suit against him (the Subway perp secretly recorded her changing when she was a minor) for reasons unknown. It's quite likely the girl's family reached a financial settlement with J.F., a decision which will save them the pain of a trial.
As for the legal details of the dismissal, the victim can never sue Jared over this issue again. The only thing both parties are waiting on is for a judge to sign off on the development.
We'll keep you updated as we receive more info.
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