Maroon 5’s Music Video for “Girls Like You” Gets Second Edition [WATCH]

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Back in May, pop group Maroon 5 released a music video for their song “Girls Like You.” Ever since, the song has dominated the charts and the video has dominated out hearts.

But guess what?

The video just got even better.

Volume 2 of the empowering video, which was released on Tuesday (Oct. 16,) now features some additional footage not yet seen of what had to be an epic video shoot in the first place. Featuring, of course, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, the video also includes the likes of powerful women such as Ellen DeGeneres, Jennifer Lopez, Camila Cabello and former NASCAR driver Danica Patrick, lip syncing and dancing right behind “The Voice” coach. It also includes some heartwarming footage of Levine with his wife Behati Prinsloo along with a slew of other athletes, comediennes and journalists.

The ending of the new and improved video has also been changed and now shows some fun behind the scenes footage taken after the director and yelled ‘cut!’ And it’s this footage that not only shows these powerful women have a little fun, but also proves that a female has many sides to them.

And isn’t that what keeps us interesting, right?

Of course, there are some parts that didn’t change at all, such as the always awesome Cardi B interlude. I mean, who could touch that?

Tricia Despres
Tricia Despres is a Chicago-based freelance writer covering music and entertainment for nearly twenty years. Her work has appeared in publications such as the Chicago Sun-Times, Advertising Age and various regional publications. A country music fan at her core, Despres has interviewed country greats such as Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean and Carrie Underwood through the years and thrives on telling the story behind the story. When she is not alongside her laptop, she is alongside her family - husband Paul and daughters Taylor and Amanda.

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