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Video: Calvin Harris feat. Ellie Goulding – "I Need Your Love"


The summery, steamy video for Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding's diva-house collabo, "I Need Your Love," premiered yesterday. The clip was filmed in Miami and follows the pair on a romantic weekend, snuggling in bed (!!!) and having fun on the beach, in the streets and in da club. Also, Calvin appears shirtless, 'nuff said. Basically a wet dream come true, right? Well, except for the random black guy that steals the camera, of course.

Heh

I actually don't know which one of them I should be jealous of. But seriously, as much as Calvin gives me a total lady boner, I think he and Ellie would make the cutest couple in real life—sorry, Skrillex.

As a side note, 2 Broke Girls finally returned yesterday, meaning a new recap is on the way. ;) Don't miss it, or you'll regret it. I mean it.

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  1. 1. Huh huh, I wonder which one was like "Hey, wouldn't THIS be a great concept for the video!"?

    2. KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE ROAD, OH GOD, THE SPEED LIMIT IS 70 IN FLORIDA ON THE HIGHWAY

    3. but I don't blame him, because Ellie has never looked more beautiful. Dose leggggs, amirite?

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  2. I know, they both look so fappable and whatnot. threeway or no way

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