New Release: Bella Thorne "Call It Whatever" Directed By Mickey Finnegan

Posted by Doug Klinger on May 30, 2014 in New Releases

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16-year-old Bella Thorne has a lot on her plate right now. Her twitter profile describes her as “an actress, student, dancer, recording artist and an author,” and according to her newest music video for “Call It Whatever,” she’s also a waitress at Cadillac Jacks Cafe. Slow down, Bella! The Mickey Finnegan-directed video shows Bella making her way through her shift, like any other day, when suddenly a group of hunks walk in. Uh-oh! Before Bella can even ask them what they want to drink, the cutest boy of the group grabs her by the hand and starts dancing with her just as the chorus kicks in. The 50s style diner setting influences both the style of the video and the choreography, and it is a great match for the high energy, fun pop song. As the video continues, Bella gets back to work a bit, but the sweet moves stick with her. She dances around the diner as she makes milkshakes and clears away full plates of eggs before committing all her attention again to grooving hunks - eventually finding herself outside at night getting down in front of neon lights.

"Call It Whatever" was produced by Brandon Bonfiglio for London Alley Entertainment and can be downloaded as a single now.

Doug Klinger is the co-founder/content director of IMVDb and watches more music videos than anyone on earth. You can find him on twitter at @doug_klinger.

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