Miley Cyrus' music video WITHOUT the music and with the actual noises she would have made while filming it. Sounds weird but, trust us, it's brilliant
You’ve seen Miley Cyrus without music before – in the movie adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’s novel The Last Song, posing on the red carpet and for the most part on her Instagram feed (thank goodness).
But what does it sound like when Miley Cyrus has no soundtrack at all? What is the sound of one hand clapping? And if a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound at all?
Sorry to get all deep on you – it’s just now we have found the answer.
Thanks to the internet, who has the answer to other age-old mysteries such as, ‘Why is the sky blue?’ and, ‘Why is Jared Leto obsessed with hugging things?’
Introducing musicless music videos which are basically, erm, the music videos you know and love stripped of all tunage.
You see? Now Miley’s just some cray-cray performing questionable acts in a construction site.
It gets worse though – there are literally hundreds of musicless music videos to choose from – and here are some of the best, including rock royalty Mick Jagger and David Bowie‘s cover of Dancing In The Street:
Without music, Mick Jagger and David Bowie are just two guys dad-dancing!
And if we saw The Village People doing their YMCA routine in the street, we’d cross the road to avoid them:
Without the funky track, Jamiroquai Jay Kay’s video for Virtual Insanity looks like he beongs in a padded cell:
Shakira‘s Can’t Remember To Forget You featuring Rihanna becomes one of those odd foreign films you might try on Netflix, only to regret your decision and click out of it five minutes later. The trouble with Netflix though is that the home screen will remind you that you left it unfinished until one day you cave in:
And Psy‘s Gangnam Style is reduced to just a strange, strange little man:
But of course, Beyonce doesn’t need any music to be a queen: