John Legend Tries His Best Not To Brag By Taking Off His Shirt
Posted by Videoson 03/12/2012 at 3:28 PM
It must be really difficult for John Legend not to brag. With a degree from the University of Pennsylvania, nine Grammy Awards and a model for a fiance, things are very, very good. Why shouldn’t all the less fortunate be more aware of how much their lives suck in comparison? Despite all there is to be obnoxious about, John does his best to appear humble in the video for ” Tonight (Best You Ever Had),” mostly by sitting shirtless on a bed. He’s not necessarily directing your attention to his well sculpted frame, but he’s doing little to make you look away. Close-ups on the lips and other enviable body parts give way around 1:45, when we’re reminded that this accompanies the slightly controversial movie based on a Steve Harvey self-help book. Looking good, Ms. Henson! Ludacris arrives to remind us about the art of body painting, lest we’ve forgotten a certain formative Christina Milian video. But overall, shirtless or not, it’s Legend’s show. Did we notice him moving his pectorals to the beat? Maybe working out does have its benefits.
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