Kristen Stewart, Anne Hathaway and Brie Larson are now in the music video business and make some pretty stellar (and kind of creepy) drag kings.
The "Twilight" alum, 24,
Lewis, 38, directed the video for the song, which will be featured on her first solo album in six years, "The Voyager."
The video opens with her in a psychedelic rainbow suit being backed by the trio plus the Like's Tennessee Thomas on drums. The women are barefoot in white suits and sing along. Stewart and Larson play bass and Hathaway plays a keytar.
Then Lewis brings back the
"We screamed with laughter all day, huddled behind the monitor," Lewis told GQ.com. "I haven't laughed that hard since 'What About Bob?' came out on laser disk."
Stewart and Larson get Bieber-like wigs, Thomas gets a blond chin puff and Hathaway has a rat tail. (Et tu, Mia Thermopolis?)
Turns out the rat tail was all Hathaway's idea: "Deep character exploration," Lewis said. "Her dude is a bit more Backstreet Boy than the rest. Melancholy Backstreet Boy is what I think she was going for -- he really feels things deeply and break dances like a ... ."
In addition to the break-dancing attempt, there's a pregnancy test, tears, coital come-ons and a communal "peeing-on-a-wall" simulation.
"The Voyager" will be released on July 29.