How many women can you name in the new Maroon 5 music video?
It's one cameo after another, dancing back-to-back with frontman Adam Levine. We're not sure who's luckier.
Hollywood A-listers, Olympic athletes, pop superstars, comedy queens. And one very lucky Adam Levine.
Maroon 5's video for their latest single, 'Girls Like You,' is a musical who's-who of the female variety.
Just look at this (partial) lineup!
And when we say 'who's who,' we mean, literally, who's who?
Everyone is trying to name all 26 (by our count) cameos in the 4-minute, 30-second video, because while many – Gal Gadot, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, to name a few – are immediately recognizable, you might be stumped by a few unfamiliar faces. Let us help you!
But first, let's do some deconstructing.
One thing we all know about Adam Levine is that he knows how to command an audience. The 39-year-old lead singer and "The Voice" judge is not one to shy away from the spotlight, so it makes perfect sense to shine it right on him for the first, say, 40 seconds of the video.
But then ... wait a minute ...
He made Camilla Cabello appear out of nowhere.
We will truly never be the same.
OK ... without going fully frame-by-frame, let's pluck out some gems.
Can we talk about Gal Gadot's superhero-level dance moves?
The Israeli actress who cemented her fame as the star of the first "Wonder Woman" solo film clearly knows how to let loose in the name of pop music.
And with female empowerment being the obvious message here (and the predominant rallying cry of the past several months), Gadot's presence in the video is a charming bonus. (Pro tip: If you watch to the end, you'll see her pop in two more times.)
But let's be clear: As much as we love to see the down-to-earth side of super-famous people we love, "Girls Like You" also features a healthy balance of lesser-known – but still equally powerful – women.
Exhibit A: Lilly Singh.
She's a 29-year-old author, actress and social media personality from Canada. And part-time tea cup, apparently.
Exhibit B: Phoebe Robinson.
If you've seen the new Netflix movie "Ibiza," you might recognize fierce, funny Phoebe. If you're a devotee of the podcast movement, you might have heard the Ohio native as co-host of "2 Dope Queens" with Jessica Williams, and her solo podcast, "Sooo Many White Guys."
Exhibit C, our last (but absolutely not least) highlight: Chloe Kim.
Chloe Kim is clearly still beaming after her gold medal finish in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyongchang, South Korea. The California-born snowboarder became a halfpipe hero when she took home the top prize at just 17 years old.
So now, in case you haven't been able to identify all 26 fierce females rotating around Adam Levine's bulging, tatted-up biceps, we've broken it down for you in 3, 2, 1 ...
- Camilla Cabello, pop singer
- Phoebe Robinson, actress and comedian
- Aly Raisman, Olympic gymnast
- Sarah Silverman, comedian and actress
- Gal Gadot, "Wonder Woman" actress
- Lilly Singh, social media influencer
- Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, author and founder of MuslimGirl.com
- Trace Lysette, "Transparent" actress
- Tiffany Haddish, actress and comedian
- Angy Rivera, immigration activist
- Franchesca Ramsey, author and comedian
- Millie Bobby Brown, "Stranger Things" star
- Ellen DeGeneres, talk show host
- Cardi B, rapper
- Jennifer Lopez, singer and actress
- Chloe Kim, Olympic snowboarder
- Alex Morgan, Olympic soccer star
- Mary J. Blige, R&B singer
- Beanie Feldstein, "Lady Bird" actress
- Jackie Fielder, Native American activist
- Danica Patrick, NASCAR driver
- Ilhan Omar, Congresswoman
- Elizabeth Banks, actress
- Ashley Graham, model
- Rita Ora, singer and actress
- Behati Prinsloo, model and wife of Adam Levine, and their young daughter Dusty Rose
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