Meghan Trainor’s Non-Photoshopped ‘Me Too’ Video Has Returned


While Meghan Trainor's out here having fabulous hair and fronting a monochromatic dance squad in the new video for "Me Too," the second single from her sophomore album, Thank You, out Friday, you're blowing kisses to a photo of a Grammy you printed out and wearing a filthy bathrobe to work instead of a giraffe onesie. You also have zero rainbow trumpets in your room, which is something you need to deal with on your own time rather than project it on to Meghan Trainor. Let's not even get into how you keep insisting Meghan Trainor needs someone other than herself, when she has repeatedly made it clear that she does not. Grow up already. This is all so beneath you.

Update: Meghan Trainor has removed the video because she claims her body was Photoshopped without her approval. She explained to fans on Snapchat that she's "embarrassed" the altered video went live without her consent.

Update No. 2: Did you miss all that bass? No worries, the unaltered version of Meghan Trainor's "Me Too" video is here. For comparison, here's how much they Photoshopped her perfectly fine waist, sigh: