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The Taylor Dayne music video "Tell It to My Heart".
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Taylor Dayne's 1988 Taylor Dayne doubles album platinum début, which climbed to number 21 on the Billboard 200 charts, celebrates Tell It to My Hart this year. In celebration of the big 3-0, a crowd of folks who could be Dayne's friends but are definitely a crowd of folks (Kris Jenner, RuPaul, Jonathan Cheban, Kris Humphries, Debbie Gibson, Wynonna Judd, someone called Alexis ) took up their lipsynch to record the eternal cover song "Tell It to My Heart", Billboard Report, which Dayne's folks then put together and released on YouTube.
It is a very good one, but it fades in relation to the real thing, because the movie is one of the greatest samples of the greatest music videos of all times, often, but not always, supported by two gay people as a conception in a blank room - and this movie is an example of one of the worse (Freunde des Sängers Lippensynchronisation and/or Sängerlied as a concept).
There is a very clear structure to all this: ex: The already mentioned Taylor Dayne triptych tape, the Carly Rae Jepsen "I Really Like You" tape with Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, who take themselves on Photo Booth.