Jason Derulo’s Girlfriend Jordin Sparks Features In ‘Talk Dirty’ Music Video With Celebrity Cast Lip-Synch: One Direction, Ariana Grande, Robin Thicke, Austin Mahone! Getting Engaged ‘Soon’?
By Sara Guaglione | March 16, 2014 06:40 PM EDT
Jason Derulo's girlfriend Jordin Sparks featured in his "Talk Dirty" music video, which also included a celebrity cast lip-synching the song, like One Direction, Ariana Grande, Robin Thicke, Austin Mahone, and more! Watch Jason Derulo and his girlfriend Jordin Sparks in the "Talk Dirty" music video below!
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Jason Derulo released a new music video for his "Talk Dirty" single, called "Celebrities Talkin' Dirty." Last Wednesday, the clip was released and went viral on YouTube. The video featured a slew of celebrities lip-synching Derulo's song.
Among the celebrities was his very own girlfriend, Jordin Sparks. Around 1:00 into the song, Sparks lip-synchs wearing a funky hat. Sparks was also in Derulo's music video "Marry Me." They have been dating since 2012.
The other celebrities in the music video include: One Direction, Ariana Grande, Enrique Iglesias, Larry King, Robin Thicke, will.i.am, Ryan Seacrest, Pete Wentz, Colin Kaepernick, Flo Rida, Austin Mahone, Bret Michaels and YouTube stars the Janoskians and Keenan Cahill.
Meanwhile, fans are waiting with bated breath for Derulo and Sparks to get engaged! Last fall, speculation was running rampant that Jason would pop the question after he practically asks Jordin to marry him multiple times in the "Marry Me" music video.
Perez Hilton reports that a source close to the singer said: "Jason wouldn't say when he's proposing - [he] just said soon."
Maybe after his album drops?
Derulo's album Talk Dirty is out April 15.
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