Justin Timberlake Admires Naked Women in NSFW 'Tunnel Vision' Video: Watch

Justin Timberlake - Tunnel Vision

Hey, did you know that the biggest song in the country has a music video that features clothed men gazing upon multiple topless women? Justin Timberlake sure does, and for his music video for "The 20/20 Experience" single "Tunnel Vision," which was released on Wednesday (July 3), JT takes a cue from Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" clip and doubles-down on the time-honored "bare breasts as art" notion.

For seven whole minutes, Timberlake and his pal Timbaland are seen staring in awe at writhing women with alluring looks plastered on their faces and flesh-colored g-strings serving as their only clothing. Ironically, the lyrics of the (still-great) single focus on the singer's undying fixation on a single romantic partner, but  at one point in the "Tunnel Vision" video, JT's face is projected upon the bare bodies of three ladies, as we, the viewer, wonder what Jessica Biel could possibly think of this music video.

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"Tunnel Vision" is Timberlake's third single from "The 20/20 Experience," following "Suit & Tie" and "Mirrors." Both of those tracks were Top 5 hits on the Hot 100 chart, and "Mirrors" stays at No. 7 on the new tally, which will be revealed in full on Thursday (July 4). Meanwhile, "The 20/20 Experience" is the year's biggest-selling album at its halfway point, selling 2 million copies according to Nielsen SoundScan (check out the full mid-year SoundScan report here).

Timberlake's Legends of the Summer co-headlining trek with Jay-Z will kick off in North America on July 17. Will the "Tunnel Vision" video get banned from YouTube by then, as the uncensored "Blurred Lines" clip did shortly after its release? We'll have to wait and see.

Check out the "Tunnel Vision" video below (warning: video features copious amounts of nudity and is NSFW):

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