Hayden Panettiere - Telescope

03 January Critic Jonni 0 Comments

A bit of Nashville for you, for those of you who don't know me, I'm into my country music, but only the recent country music stars such as Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, Carrie Underwood, Cassadee Pope, the list just goes on and on. There is a TV series that I'm obsessed with called Nashville. This is one of the songs that is performed in the second episode of the first season. They are recording the music video for this song by Juliette Barnes. It is not this video, whereas the one shown on Nashville looks like a Hannah Montana copy of a video. This music video has Hayden Panettiere sexy, revengeful and definitely sultry; boy, who would cheat on her? Well clearly the guy she is tying up, proving that nobody messes with Hayden Panettiere.

Actress, singer, model, all round performer, is there anything Hayden Panettiere can't do? She's starred in many TV series and films, mostly notable for playing Claire Bennet in Heroes, and definitely as Juliette Barnes in Nashville, as I previously mentioned. She has also appeared in video games Kingdom Hearts and most recently, Until Dawn. Her music career is slow going, nothing she has really pushed for as of yet, but her vocals are stunning, and the songs on the Nashville compilation albums that are being released, proves exactly this. If she doesn't go for a record deal any time soon, the charts across the world will be missing out. The song was written by Hillary Lindsey and Cary Barlowe. It's catchy and lyrically memorable, it works well in the country genre, although doesn't stand out compared to established country music stars' songs; it'll always be one song I'll sing-a-long to.

This telescopic music video is directed by TK McKamy. Full of revenge, this is how you get your own back. Hayden Panettiere is an inspiration to us all, you do sometimes need to get revenge, but the best revenge is subtle and nothing major, just a little tying up, and definitely not the BDSM type.

Some people have commented about sexism, and I can see their point, a guy would be looked down on if they had done the same thing to a girl, but that is besides the point, guys mainly cheat, women are usually much nicer, or so we all believe thanks to TV series and films.

There's inclusions of telescopes which helps to relate to the music video, well... more like the title, and yet everything works. Hayden Panettiere emphasizes how much I need to see her live, her performance is full of passion, emotion and intensity that you would definitely feel in the audience.

Overall the video relates perfectly, a full narrative that is sexy and revengeful, you do not cheat on Hayden Panettiere, or she'll tie you upside down and leave you there to hang while she looks gorgeous. What more do I want from this music video? Zilch!
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