Actor Michael Ealy has recently announced he would be gracing the screen with his hypnotic blue eyes by the side of actress Meghan Good for their newly released film, The Intruder. The film follows the story of a young couple who experience chilling encounter after purchasing a home from a deranged seller. And as such, the pair embarked on a promotional run-around to spread the word about the movie.
During one of his promotional stops, Michael Ealy spoke on his previous experiences playing the love interest in music videos. As most of us remember, Ealy played Beyonce's flame in the visuals for the now classic track "Halo." The actor's feature in the video was what tuned many of his fans today onto knowing and falling for the attractive star.
Moreover, Ealy revealed this was not the first time he was scouted to play Bey's bae in her videos. In fact, the actor was approached to also star in the video for "Irreplaceable," but he politely turned down the offer. When asked why, he further replied: "I didn't want to be the guy who she said, 'To the left, to the left' to. Who wants to be that guy? It's like the worst thing ever." His response made the entire audience burst in laughter. And considering all things, the reason for Michael's passing up on the opportunity seems reasonable.
Though, Michael was pleased to be asked again and did say yes the second time around for "Halo,": "I heard the song and I was like, 'I can do that, for sure."
Boogie & Eminem Are Dropping "Rainy Days" Video Tomorrow
Boogie and Eminem are plotting their subsequent transfer.
Boogie's Everything's For Sale was a stellar search for the Compton rapper, who kicked off a 2019 Shady Records renaissance of types. While the album was well-received throughout the board, many have been fast to gravitate to "Rainy Days," the primary collaboration between Em and his new signee. Many praised the melancholic banger, whereas others appeared to harbor an arguably unhealthy fixation of Em's nod to bestiality. Such is the future of a brand new Em function, to be dissected with a near-comical degree of scrutiny.
Regardless, Em and Boogie have formally determined to maneuver ahead with "Rainy Days" because the album's fourth single, following "Self Destruction," "Silent Ride," and the J.I.D. assisted "SoHo." Taking to Twitter, Boogie revealed that the clip will likely be dropping tomorrow, sharing a short glimpse on the upcoming visuals. As you may need guessed, rain seems to play a pivotal function in setting the temper. Otherwise, better particulars stay scarce.