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Music Video: Get Me Bodied

Artisit: Beyoncé

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 6:35

  • Copyright: Beyoncé

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Reviews For Get Me Bodied By Artist Beyoncé

  • Sweet Charity

    By Good time guy
    What is so brilliant to me is the direct reference to Bob Fosse's choreography and the art direction from "The Frugue" in Sweet Charity (Shirley McClain, yawl. Check it out)
  • More AALIYAH needed!!!

    Beyonce is a nice artist, but before there was beyonce there was AALIYAH, SO PLEASE EVERYONE WRITE LETERS TO ITUNES ASKING FOR MORE AALIYAH BECAUSE UNLIKE BEYONCE HAVING DOZENS OF VIDEOS HERE ON ITUNES, their are Only 2 AALIYAH videos on iTunes!! Well thanks for the help...!!!!! You all rock!!!!
  • Get Me Bodied

    By 2ndcabbage
    An excellent, well-polished, well-choreographed work; great story and dance beat; all around great performance by B and all. Go B!
  • I Love The Naomi Campbell Walk

    By Unicorn Lover
    I like the song and the video. But I have to say my favorite part is the Naomi Campbell Walk. That one girl with the long Braid does it really well. I wish i could do that. Anyway, i like this video.
  • awsome song awsome video

    By soccerrulz
    enough said
  • where listen

    By beyonceandme
    hey itunes insted of having 2 or 3 of of the same video how bout u put up listen

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