“Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)” is the fifth single from Katy Perry’s 2010 album Teenage Dream, and so far the acompanying videos have featured aliens, giant anthropomorphic gummy bears, lots of heavy petting and, um, fireworks.
Perry’s latest clip raises the bar considerably, featuring the debut performance by Perry’s alter-ego Kathy Beth Terry but also welcomes “Friday” expert Rebecca Black, the three members of Hanson, two stars from Glee, Corey Feldman and Debbie (Deborah?) Gibson to the party (not to mention several dozen extras as well as a copy of Just Dance for the Wii). Check out all the neon-colored action after the jump.
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While Perry’s performance is typically manic (and genuinely funny), Black and Feldman end up stealing the show. The former carries herself like a star standing next to Perry, while the latter gets wiggy (and even makes a Lost Boys reference) as Kathy Beth Terry’s haggard father.
In fact, considering all those elements, “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)” may now be the best clip to come from Teenage Dream thus far.
If you’re keeping score, “California Gurls” would come in second (the combination of Snoog Dogg and breast-mounted whipped cream cannons is hard to resist), followed by “Teenage Dream” (a fantastic exercise in winsome nostalgia), “Firework” (an inspiration message, but a little heavy-handed) and “E.T.” (she certainly was blue!).
What has been your favorite Teenage Dream video? Let us know in the comments below.
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