Meghan Trainor Kisses Grammy, Kisses Off Haters in ‘Me Too’ Video
Update to the update: Watch the revised, un-Photoshopped version of the "Me Too" video above.
Update: M-Train has yanked the "Me Too" video after fans pointed out that, in the singer's words, "they Photoshopped the crap outta me."
Meghan confirmed in a SnapChat video post Monday (May 9) that "my waist is not that teeny, I had a bomb waist that night, I don't know why they didn't like my waist, but uh...I didn't approve that video and it went out to the world. So I'm embarrassed."
Who is the "they" who gave this mysterious Photoshop command? Why didn't Meghan see the final version? It's not immediately clear, but she says she "told them to fix it ASAP Rocky" (har har), so we should get the revised version soon.
Meghan Trainor's latest,"Me Too," is another club-ready empowerment anthem from her upcoming Thank You album — and the new video also sees M-Train achieving peak unstoppability (in a giraffe onesie, no less).
The opener finds Known Sasspot Meghan Trainor reenacting her morning routine, which involves blowing a kiss to the Best New Artist Grammy next to her bed (I'd probably keep it on my nightstand too, tbh). After singing into her toothbrush (RELATABLE), she heads over to the video set in her morning ensemble of sunglasses and a giraffe onesie for some more relatable non-microphone singing — it's a blush brush this time — and, in a full-on pop star moment, some light choreo alongside bewigged backup dancers.
With the exception of "Mom," most of the songs Meghan's shared from her sophomore album eschew the blue-eyed soul doo-wop that she favored on her Title debut. Tracks like "No," "Watch Me Do" and now "Me Too" have instead drawn upon the Destiny's Child-ish talk-to-the-hand jams of the early '00s, with their message getting somehow brassier 'n sassier with each single. Meghan's officially set her sass gun to "stun." In the parlance of Spinal Tap, this sass dial is turned up to 11. How much more sass could Meghan be? The answer is none. None more sass.
Thank You is set for a May 13 release. Watch the "Me Too" video above.