Meghan Trainor is taking it all off—literally.

She released her music video for her latest single "No," and it's unlike anything she has done before. Unlike the videos for "Lips Are Movin" and "Dear Future Husband," where she's conservatively dressed and dancing around innocently, Trainor is now wearing sexy bodysuits and fishnets while writhing around on the floor.

And you thought you knew Meghan Trainor.

Dressed in a skin-tight bodysuit and metallic overcoat, Trainor and a group of women are lined up in formation while dancing their intense choreographed moves, which definitely give us some sort of underground dance battle vibes. When they're not dancing it out together, Trainor is entangled among another group of women who are all wearing fishnets and lingerie. They writhe around on top of each other while seductively touching themselves.

Suffice it to say, this is not the songstress we once knew! She has shed the innocent image and is trading for a sexier look. Trainor opened up to CBS' Sunday Morning in an emotional interview about the body image issues growing up and how she was ashamed of how she looked.

Meghan Trainor


"I–every day–wore sweatshirts and sweatpants to cover up my body because I was so insecure," Trainor admitted. "And it would be summer. And I would go on vacation and I'd be in Trinidad and Tobago, 90-degree weather, and I'd be wearing sweatshirts that said ‘Nantucket.'"

Even though her family would beg her to wear tank tops and shorts, she couldn't bring herself to do so. "I didn't want to show my arms. I didn't want to show anything, and I was just so insecure and uncomfortable, and I thought, like, 'All right, if I'm fully covered, I'm good. And that's not what I should have been feeling."

Now the songstress feels incredibly proud of herself and is ready to show off her body. Watch the music video to see just how far Trainor has come, and check out the video below to hear Trainor dish on how "No" came to be.

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