Britney Spears' 'Make Me' & 16 Other Times Men Were Objectified In Music Videos

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Fifth Harmony "Work From Home"

Britney Spears released her “Make Me” video on Friday (Aug. 5), featuring shirtless men parading around the pop princess just to get the chance to be in her video (mission accomplished!). "Make Me" is the latest video to turn the tables on the typical video vixen, opting for the video viper instead.

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Spears is no stranger to the move, given the shirtless male backup dancers in her Las Vegas residency, and she's not alone either. Fellow leading ladies Lady Gaga, Fifth HarmonyShania Twain and Olivia Newton-John have all paraded beefy, stripped-down men around in their music videos. Hell, Jennifer Lopez even made the gender swap the whole plot of her "I Luh Ya Papi" video (see below).

In honor of Britney's boy toys, here are 17 times men were objectified in music videos.

Britney Spears, "Make Me"

Jennifer Lopez, "I Luh Ya Papi"

Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign, "Work From Home"

Shania Twain, "Man, I Feel Like a Woman"

Christina Aguilera, "Your Body"

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Toni Braxton, "You're Makin' Me High"

Ellie King, "Ex's & Oh's"

Lady Gaga, "Alejandro"

Maddie & Tae, "Girl in a Country Song"

Nicki Minaj, "Super Bass" 

Thalia, "Gracias a Dios"

Olivia Newton-John, "Physical"

Kelly Rowland feat. Big Sean, "Lay It on Me"

Marina & The Diamonds, "How to Be a Heartbreaker"

Grimes, "Oblivion"

Ingrid Michaelson, "Girls Chase Boys"