Neil Armstrong stood on the moon. That's undeniably awesome. But leave it to Beyoncé to make a bigger claim in her newest H&M commercial/music video/new song debut, "Standing On The Sun." As the face of H&M, Bey stars in the brand's commercial wearing sexy swimwear and printed body-con dresses as she splashes, throws sand, dances, and sings her way across a tropical beach.
Choreography and vocals aside, the catchy new video is meant to promote the new H&M collection, one that it claims Queen B had a hand in designing — because what can't she do? Go ahead, watch the "Standing On The Sun" video below, complete with a fire torch scene that we can only hope will be recreated on the stage of the Mrs. Carter Show World Tour.
Ladies and gentlemen, Otis Alexander Sudeikis has LEFT the building! (I'm the building) pic.twitter.com/uHfY3adroc— olivia wilde (@oliviawilde) April 23, 2014
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