If you haven't heard by now, rapper/actress Lil' Mama has a lot more poppin' than her lip gloss. The video for her new song "Sausage" is one huge block party explosion that moves from the neighborhood streets to an island-themed beach party, a fierce Madonna-esque voguing session and beyond. Seriously you guys - be prepared for sensory overload when you watch Lil' Mama prove why she deserved to be a judge on MTV's America's Best Dance Crew. She has some major moves and you'll definitely need to view the video a few times to make sure you catch everything, including what sounds like a creatively packaged safe-sex message in the chorus: "Eggs, bacon, grits, sausage/You better use a condom if you're takin' that sausage."
Um, Lil' Mama, I think we get the point.
The "Sausage" video is extremely colorful and will definitely make you look forward to those summer days when you totally take over your neighborhood for an impromptu dance-off and chill session with a couple hundred of your closest friends – or maybe that's just Lil' Mama.
Here are a few insane moments from the video that's blowing up Twitter that let you know the #SausageMovement is in full effect:
These ah-mazing little girls dancing their butts off:
Check out the full "Sausage" video below:
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Gallery | WTFashion: Billboard Music Awards' Craziest Looks
For the very first WTFashion column, we give you eight looks from the 2015 Billboard Music Awards that gave traditional style niceties the finger, garnering a few “Worst Dressed” accolades in the process.
But this isn’t a Worst Dressed List. This is a celebration of the rule-skirting fashion flaunters who put together looks outside of the traditionally-accepted awards show dress code. Ahead, we try to make sense of the concepts behind these other-worldly looks, while also admitting that we don’t quite get these getups, and that’s OK, too.
Lauren Jauregui of Fifth Harmony looked fierce in her cutout skirt and bodice top, while the rest of her crew rolled in rocking color coordinated looks.
A few chunks of fabric have been removed from Lauren's skirt, but we don't see why that's causing such a ruckus. Las Vegas is hot this time of year—girl was just prepared for the weather. Save the drama for your mama; this outlandish outfit is pretty tame, all things considered.
David Lee Roth of Van Halen does not care what the fashion critics think. And good for him! He already proved his rebellious nature with that shock of platinum, fight-the-man hair in the '80s, why should he play by the fashion rules of regular, non-rock legends?
Here's hoping those pants are Velcro, hiding soccer shorts just out of sight. David can win the game all right, as long as he tucked a soccer ball underneath that newsboy cap.
Meghan Trainor is all about the base, especially when it's coated in head-to-toe sequins. The conservative look is pretty calm for the normally colorful star, and the dark shade seems a little Morticia Addams-esque.
But who wasn't a fan of the Addams Family? We're more likely to take style cues from Wednesday, but Meghan's mature vibe is still top notch in our book. *Snap, snap*
Bonnie McKee looks like she hopped in a time machine and raided the 2007-era closets of Avril Lavigne and Ashlee Simpson. It's been a while since belly-baring capris have sashayed before a red carpet with such boldness, and we don't mind it one bit.
We applaud Bonnie's decision to leave the neckties and sweatband accessories in their fashion graves, though. Pastel pink hair shows Bonnie's well-aware of trending looks, which adds even more significance to her decision to don against-the-grain style. Rock on, Bonnie.
Mitch Grassi (third from the left) of a cappella musical group Pentatonix had no qualms about donning his debonair coat, which looks like it walked out of the Revolutionary War. And that would totally explain the plea for directions scrawled across the front.
Still, it takes some guts to wear an overcoat that serious in the beginning of a Las Vegas summer. You go, Mitch.
Charlie Ebersol may be Britney's bae, but that doesn't mean he needs to look as down-to-earth as she does.
In fact, Charlie threw all whispers of subtlety to the wind, donning blinding white pants, black-and-white kicks, a silky shirt and a bow tie. Life's an occasion, folks, and Charlie's just dressing up for it.
Olivia Culpo obviously had no problem with Nick Jonas's decision to wear our new favorite color from head to toe, so why should anyone else?
Monochrome doesn't have to mean monotone, and Nick expertly demonstrates this theory in his single color suit. We're not saying we'd be brave enough to don it ourselves, but you can't blame the guy for expressing his love for purple.
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