Maroon 5’s’Girls Like You video features 25 female stars

girls like you
Girls Like You

 Maroon 5 debuted its new clip for the new track Girls Like You.

Girls Like You is third single off of Maroon 5’s “Red pill Blues” studio album, which the band released in November. But video of this song released on YouTube recently. After the release of the video, many of the women involved shared their appreciation online. It has become the most discussed topic on social media. Why is that?  Because alongside the Hunger Games actress there is 25 other female celebrity in the Girl Like You music video. They are Dancing and singing along to the song. But the main purpose of their presence was to give some messages. Girls Like You is not only surprising but is guaranteed to also be stuck in your heads for the rest of the day. Some of the women wore statement T-shirt that reads Always speak Truth, Undocumented, Unapologetic, unafraid, Water Is Life. Girls Like You is a pop and pop rock song

A diverse cast was picked for Girls Like You to show the breadth of how women shape the world

Yes, a woman can bring great changes in society and the nation. Women are now head of government in many countries. Except for them, an actress, who works for UNICEF as ambassador, she also tried to bring changes. When a female athlete won the gold medal for the country, she also presents her country’s image to the world. Maybe hundreds of millions of women are playing the role for change in the world. And of course, that change is for good and beautiful. The American pop band Maroon 5 invites 27 women in a song to mark empower them. Among them also present Dusty Rose, child daughter of Maroon 5’s singer Adam Levine. Among these women, there are models, actresses, singers, comedians, social workers, and even politician. They are actually representative of women empowerment here. Let’s know who appeared in the Girls Like You video.

 

Cardi B
1.Cardi B

She is an American ascending rapper. Though new to the music world, however, proved herself a great singer.Time named the rapper one of the 100 most influential people in the world on their annual list in 2018. 

Camila Cabello
2.Camila Cabello

The pop star, ex-member of Fifth Harmony, recently grabs attention with solo album “Havana” and “Never Be the Same” and is currently on Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour.

Phoebe Robinson
3.Phoebe Robinson

She is an actress, writer, and NYC-based comedian, Phoebe Robinson is a regular contributor to  Glamour and has been published in the New York TimesBitchVanity Fair, and many other venues.

Sarah Silverman
4.Sarah Silverman

A fearless American comedian, She’s won two Emmy awards and through her entertainment and starred in her own Comedy Central show. She highlights the different impropriety of society about racism, politics, and religion.

Gal Gadot
5.Gal Gadot

She is originally from Israel. An actress and model gained wide recognition for her portrayal of Wonder Woman.

Aly Raisman
6.Aly Raisman

Olympic gold medalist Ally Raisman is an American gymnast. she also was a member of the American gymnastics teams at the 2012 and 2016 summer games.

 

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh
7. Amani Al-Khatahtbeh

The American author and tech entrepreneur Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, founder of the online magazine “Muslim Girl.com”.  At the age of 17, she founded her online magazine for Muslim women.

Trace Lysette
8.Trace Lysette

Trace Lysette is an American actress on TV screen. She’s a transgender woman known for her role as the head waitress on the Amazon drama Transparent. she’s one of the first out transgender performers to play a non-trans speaking role.

Tiffany Haddish
9.Tiffany Haddish

Time Magazine has given place to actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish in the list of the 100 most influential people in the world. She is famous for her breakthrough film Girls Trip.

Angy Rivera
10. Angy Rivera

Angy is working with immigrants. She is living in the United States from the age of four years as an immigrant. Angy Rivera began her blog “Ask Angy” to help undocumented youth like her in America. She came from a village in Colombia, was born into a poor family and was the subject of the documentary “Don’t tell anyone”.

Franchesca Ramsey
11. Franchesca Ramsey

The comedian, TV personality and actress Franchesca Ramsey have a successful YouTube channel.

Millie Bobby Brown

12.Millie Bobby Brown

She is the youngest person to ever feature on a TIME 100 list, At the age 13, she earned an Emmy nomination for her Stranger Things role.

Ellen Degeneres
13. Ellen DeGeneres

She is an American author, producer, actress and producer. 

Jennifer Lopez
14. Jennifer Lopez

A massively successful singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, and producer. she has been working for more than two decades.

Chloe Kim
15. Chloe Kim

At age 17, she is the youngest winner of the gold medal at the Olympics. American Snowboarder Chloe Kim went on to be a four-time X Games gold medalist.

Alex Morgan
16. Alex Morgan

Alex Morgan is a football player, who won the Olympic gold medal and the FIFA World Cup. According to the Time Magazine, she is the top-earning female footballer.

Mary J Blige
17. Mary J. Blige

American actress and singer Mary J. Blige is known as a songwriter and record producer. she is the recipient of nine Grammy Awards and three Golden Globe nominations.

Beanie Feldstein
18. Beanie Feldstein

Beanie Feldstein has earned fame by playing comedy film.

Danica Patrick
19. Danica Patrick

As a successful woman, racing driver Danica Patrick has attached her name in the history of open-wheel racing.

Ilhan Omar
20. Ilhan Omar

She’s the first Somali-American Muslim politician, who has been elected to US politics.

Elizabeth Banks
21. Elizabeth Banks

The actress, director, model, and producer, she earned most recognition for her starring role in ‘The Hunger Games’ film.

Rita Ora
22. Rita Ora

She scored a huge feature on DJ Fresh‘s  “How Do We Know”, The British singer and actress had the most No. 1 singles on the UK Singles Chart in 2012.

Lilly Singh
23.Lilly Singh

Indian-born Canadian citizen Lilly Singh has taken her YouTube channel “Superwoman” to the top of the success.

Ashley Graham
24. Ashley Graham

Ashley Graham is a model who has appeared on the cover of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour and Elle 

Jackie Fielder
25 Jackie Fielder

She’s most renowned as the writer and social activist, an organizer with Mazaska Talks in the fight for Standing Rock.

Behati Prinsloo
26. Behati Prinsloo

A model originally from Namibia who became a Victoria’s Secret angel in 2009, she has walked in nine consecutive Victoria’s Secret Fashion Shows. Oh, and she’s also Levine’s wife and the mother of their two daughters, Dusty Rose and Gio Grace.

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