Have you missed Colton Haynes on Teen Wolf? So have we, and this music video doesn’t make that any easier.
In the music video released by Columbia Records for Victoria Justice’s single “Gold,” Justice and Haynes flirt and flaunt over each other while she sings about a boy who won’t make the first move.
Although Haynes doesn’t sing in the video, he does offer up plenty of eye candy. We have to admit that we’re a little bit jealous of Justice as she dances around Haynes and kisses him playfully on the cheek.
Check out the sweeter-than-bubblegum “Gold” by Victoria Justice below.
Haynes chose to leave his role as a regular on Teen Wolf to join CW’s show Arrow. Although we miss seeing this gorgeously sculpted man on our TV screens every Monday night, we have to admit, the Teen Wolf team has been doing a really good job of keeping the story moving after a major character’s sudden departure.
Justice is well known in the teen-pop world for her musical Nickelodeon TV show Victorious. In the sitcom, Justice acts as up-and-coming drama arts student Tori Vega as she tries to gain fame and a name in Hollywood.
Victorious aired its finale this past Feburary.
It is often stated that Justice resembles The Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev. They are said to resemble each other so much that pictures of the two have accidentally been labeled as the other in magazines and other news stories.
We see the resemblance to Dobrev in Justice’s expressions and style, especially in this video. It also doesn’t help that the two have a very similar hairstyle.
The only thing we dislike about this video is how Haynes never sings himself.
Do you like Justice’s music video ‘Gold’?
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