Demi Lovato also appears in the ‘Irresistible’ video as a worker who has much appreciation of the manufactured FOB dolls.
Fall Out Boy took a jab at NSYNC’s “It’s Gonna Be Me” music video with the help of Joey Fatone, Chris Kirkpatrick and director Wayne Isham. The rock band released another version of “Irresistible” clip, this time featuring Demi Lovato, the NSYNC members and their dolls.
The new video begins with Kirkpatrick working with Lovato on the conveyor belt that assemble NSYNC and FOB marionette dolls. While Kirkpatrick overly-loved his own figurine, Lovato perked up at the sight of FOB dolls. However, the FOB dolls got tossed into the bargain rack by Fatone.
The FOB dolls broke out of their boxes and played on the display rack as Lovato watched. Pete Wentz’s doll got into altercation with Ken over Barbie and fooled around with some Ninja dolls.
“Irresistible” is a single off the band’s “American Beauty/American Psycho” album. The original video which did not feature Lovato, appeared in February last year, while another version popped up in October that year, starring Doug the Pug.
The band is gearing up for their 2016 Windtour Is Coming tour which will kick off February 25 and include 19 other dates in North America.