Justin Timberlake certainly blurred some explicit lines in his new music video (below).
The 32-year-old singer has followed in the footsteps of Robin Thicke, who in March put out a risqué video of bare-chested women dancing for his catchy track “Blurred Lines.”
The clip was shortly banned from YouTube for violating nudity policies, and now Timberlake’s topless take for his song “Tunnel Vision” has also been prohibited from the site.
The clip shows several scantily clad women showing off their flexibility as Timberlake sings the ballad, which is featured on his hit album “The 20/20 Experience.”
Timberlake himself remains fully clothed in the clip while the quite limber women show off their figures seductively amid clouds of smoke.
The image of Timberlake’s face does, however, pop up imposed on the models’ nude bodies during several of the scenes.
Timberlake had teased that the song would surely have some sex appeal when he released a promo in early June.
Just as in the video, the singer’s face could be seen through the figure of a naked woman in the art for his third single.
“Check out the new video for Tunnel Vision and be ready…it’s explicit. -teamJT,” Timberlake tweeted Wednesday with the link to his fans.