Who Is Going to Have Sex to Rita Ora and Liam Payne’s ‘Fifty Shades’ Song?
January 8, 2018 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Ah yes, it’s that time again. The initial hints will come soon, when we see your silent tagged in a meme by her suacy partner on Facebook: something like “Comment with someone who needs their possess Mr Grey LOL” superimposed on tip of a black and white print of Jamie Dornan fulfilling his contractual obligations and looking unfortunate about it. Hear ye, hear ye: puncture out a unscented lube and structurally strengthen all suburban branches of Ann Summers, for a new Fifty Shades of Grey film—Fifty Shades Freed, a final in a franchise—is on a horizon, appearing over us like your father over your silent during their annual Valentine’s Day fumble, which, as a expelled on Feb 9, Fifty Shades Freed will be only in time for.
As always, there’s a new ‘show stopping’ duet to soundtrack a recover of a new Fifty Shades film. Last time around we got Taylor Swift and Zayn’s waste “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” that was about as sexless as sandpaper, so you’d be forgiven for meditative that a inlet could not be plumbed any further. This year, however, we have Rita Ora (who, for a record, is indeed unequivocally sexy) and Mr. “Strip That Down” So we Can Touch Your Boobs for Three Minutes Before we Fall Asleep himself, Liam Payne, a male who is so unsexy as to indeed be a sex opening in a bomber jacket, hoovering any and all of Rita’s sexiness down his far-reaching throat, and spewing it behind adult as a grey dirt and runner pieces of his possess outspoken performance. They have finished a strain called “For You” that would be wholly improved if Rita, whose voice sounds unequivocally flattering here, had been left to her possess devices. Here it is:
This is a excellent strain with a workable chorus, and while we have pronounced my square on a further of Payne (he even creates “ecstasy” sound like a bit of aged biscuit), we do not consider it is quite bad. But we wonder: is it indeed fit for purpose? Isn’t a Fifty Shades song for… sex? Really, who is doin’ it to this song? The quick gait does not unequivocally lend itself to voluptuous lovemaking, and it sounds some-more like it belongs in a Yates’ on a Friday than it does in a bedroom. I’m confused, honestly, and if your silent was anticipating for something some-more like Beyoncé’s voluptuous chronicle of “Crazy In Love,” she’s going to be unequivocally disappointed.
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