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Continuing their shameless rip off of the equally shameless 1980s flick Earth Girls Are Easy, Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea dropped their new video May 13. It take the familiar route of girls sits by pool, alien drops in pool, girl befriends alien, they go to club.

It features Iggy trying to act,



And even though the video looks pretty darn cheap, it was brought to you with help from Samsung.



Look how excited they are about a Samsung phone!

It should also be mentioned that Iggy co-directed this Earth Girls are Easy homage with Cameron Duddy, who previously worked with Bruno Mars on a number of videos. They're certainly positioning it as 2015's 'Song of the Summer' but perhaps the culture will judge otherwise.

Via: Dave Meinert
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Update: A lot of people have asked about her now. I never thought it would get so much interest. This video is a chronicle of our time together, which I finished making a while ago. Subsequent to making the video, I had to travel a lot, and struggled with keeping her where I was living. A saviour stepped in and helped look after Pegs while I tried to make a plan and she moved back and forth, which was disruptive for her. After months of no solution, it was obvious that her new set up with incredible love, a bigger garden and a new best friend in Luna, another great dane was more than I could offer. I am lucky that I get to visit and take her for short periods, and maybe that's why in my heart she's still with me. It’s always difficult. If the dog is happier, do you forsake your happiness? I think yes. If a dog is negligently bred, should it be killed to prevent more negligent breeding? I think no. Who's to say. In the end we try our best and our pets teach us lessons about love, humility and non-judgment.
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Seals, the dogs of the sea, trained by Russian officials to be ruthlessly adorable soldiers of fortune. That said, it's pretty hard to look like ruthless military operative when you're this adorable:



There's also a precedence for trained animals in the Russian special forces. At least, according to the historically sound documentary video game Command and Conquer: Red Alert 2.