Princeton of Mindless Behavior is spotted on the set of the school-inspired music video for their single Mrs. Right last week in Los Angeles (June 6). Princeton tweeted the pic and wrote: "On the set of Mrs. Right video! Dir. Brett Ratner.... We Gettin it in!"
The video will feature cameos by LL Cool J, Mike Epps, and Diggy.
In addition to Princeton, the boy band also features 13-year-olds Prodigy, Roc Royal, and Ray Ray. The group actually opened for Justin Bieber earlier this year on his My World Tour. Princeton told recently JSYK that the group is looking to make a positive impact on young people:
"A lot of people think 'mindless' is being bad and stuff, but we actually flipped it to a positive movement, and actually Mindless Behavior is a lifestyle ... So, if you're confident and you love school, then you're 'mindless.' "
*11 Mindless Behavior pictures total in the gallery:
Here's a fun pic of Glee's Darren Criss and Kevin McHale on the set of the music video for Katy Perry's new single Last Friday Night. The video was filmed last month in Los Angeles (check out a pic of Katy on set here).
Hanson also appears in the video as the house band. Taylor Hanson told MTV News that he was thrilled to get the invite:
"We were flattered to be asked, and it was great to be a part of it. We had a really good time. It was one of those things that worked out really well. They said [they] needed a band to play the party, and we thought we could bring the party — even if it was a fictional party.
There's a ton of other cameos in Katy's video. See how many you can spot:
Disney Channel star Bridgit Mendler is spotted filming a music video for her song We Can Change the World at the Golden Oak Ranch in Santa Clarita, California over the weekend (June 4).
The song is the official anthem for Disney's "Friends for Change" initiative to benefit global charities. It officially premieres on Radio Disney and the Disney Channel today. To celebrate the debut, Disney is donating $250,000 to the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, a global awards program for the study and protection of the world's wildlife and ecosystems.
Get in on the spirit and visit Disney's Project Green to make an environment pledge today!
*17 Bridgit Mendler pictures total in the gallery:
The X Factor star Cher Lloyd is seen on the set of her debut music video for her song Swagger Jagger in London last week (May 28). Digging the spiked shoulders on that jacket!
There was a rumor that there was a fire on set which destroyed thousands of dollars worth of equipment. Not true, says Cher. She tweeted: "So the video set caught fire? First I've heard about that. #bullsh*t. Haha!"
According to reports, Cher's first video will feature 150+ dancers, so it sounds like it's going to be pretty cool. Look for her debut album this September.
Britney Spears is seen hanging with fans on the set of the music video for her new single I Wanna Go last week in Los Angeles (May 26). Brit tweeted the pic and said: "Hope you guys had a blast. Thx @1027KIISFM @z100newyork @siriusxmhits1 for introducing me to my new friends. -Brit"
The song will be the third single off of Britney's new album Femme Fatale and was written and produced by Max Martin. Britney told Rolling Stone in March how much she enjoys working with the Swedish producer:
"Max played a huge role on this album and he has been there since the beginning so there is such a huge level of trust. He gets exactly what I am saying when I tell him what I want and don't want musically. His melodies are incredible and he is always coming up with weird sounds, which I love. The whistle on I Wanna Go still gets me every time I hear it. Who would have thought of that? There is nobody I feel more comfortable collaborating with in the studio."
Justin Bieber and Chris Brown are spotted filming the music video for Brown's new single Next 2 You at Universal Studios on Friday (May 20). Sounds like the two are having fun on set. Chris tweeted: "Bieber just drove my lambo!!! I was in it praying! Lol!"
Brown told MTV earlier this month that working with Bieber was awesome:
"Being able to collab with [Bieber] was great. He's a young, energetic cat, so being able to work with him, with the fanbase he has, was incredible. I know a lot of little girls are going to love this record. I wouldn't say [he's] my protégé. He's doing his thing at a young age, and I was doing mine at a young age, so being able to see him come up is dope."
*4 Justin Bieber and Chris Brown pictures total in the gallery:
Selena Gomez is spotted filming the music video for Love You Like a Love Song last week in Malibu (May 18). Total cutie!
The song is off Selena's upcoming third studio album When the Sun Goes Down, which is set to drop June 28. Love You Like a Love Song is set to be released as a single on June 28.
Selena's music video shoot is causing a bit of controversy. PETA released a statement condemning her use of painted horses (Selena's rep said in a statement that "a non toxic, vegetable based powder paint was applied via an airbrush and removed with water"):
"There are no safe ways to paint a live horse or any animal; they can have painful allergic reactions to chemicals and there’s no way to know how an individual animal will react. Also, subjecting skittish animals like horses to extended periods of restraint and spraying is stressful and frightening."