May 10, 2016


Meghan Trainor Re-Uploads 'Me Too' Video After Photoshopping Error

UPDATE #2, 5/10 at 12:45PM: After posting a side-by-side photo comparison on Instagram with the caption, "The real #metoo video is finally up! Missed that bass. Thank you everyone for the support," Meghan Trainor has re-uploaded her "Me Too" video. Watch above!

UPDATE #1, 5/9 at 4:45PM: Meghan Trainor has subsequently deleted her "Me Too" video from Youtube after noticing her body was photoshopped to appear smaller and she's "so sick of it and over it." In a series of Snapchat clips, she said: 

"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 I didn’t approve that video and it went out for the world, so I’m embarrassed.”

As of this time, the singer is en route to Times Square to play the video for fans. So she hopes her team fixes the photoshop error "A$AP Rocky."

Original Story (5/9 at 11:10AM): Meghan Trainor continues to serve up bright and nostalgic visuals for her Thank You era with her new video for "Me Too." The thumping single, which is reminiscent of a Femme Fatale-era Britney Spears (she is obsessed with the pop princess, after all!), soundtracks Trainor's silly journey through Los Angeles.

After waking up in a daze, Meghan heads out on the town (not before kissing her GRAMMY, of course) in a giraffe onesie and turns her dressing room into a party with her crew. The fun-filled video takes a different turn towards the end, as the singer channels her inner Y2K pop girl with a flashy and sassy dance number.

"Me Too" follows songs like the Yo Gotti-assisted "Better," "No," and "I Love Me" from her forthcoming sophomore album, Thank You. The project will be officially released on May 13, but it's currently available for streaming on Apple Music.

Watch our classic 2014 interview with Meghan Trainor when she was fresh on the scene from our Fuse Favorite series: