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Video Premiere: Russell Brand's 'Just Say Yes' From 'Get Him to the Greek'

May 18, 2010 (6:12 am) GMT
The raunchy scene which sees the depicter of Aldous Snow with topless ladies is intercepted between hilarious and bizarre scenes.

has made public a not-safe-for-work music video for his song called "Just Say Yes". It follows the British actor as he takes home his on-screen girlfriend to be introduced to his family. He then ties the knot with her in a bizarre wedding party.

"Just Say Yes" is recorded by Russell as a soundtrack of his upcoming movie "". In addition to unusual scenes, the music video also features him dancing with several topless 'real porn stars.'

Russell previously sent his fiancee a picture of him wearing a wedding dress on the video set and she posted it on her Twitter. "I sent Katy a picture and she put it on the internet and goes, 'oh look at him he's obsessed with this wedding'," he told MTV.

"I'm trying to think of a way to get revenge," Russell continued. "Let me tell you there are photos of her on my phone that could go nuclear but a man has to be respectful."

Russell Brand will play Aldous Snow in "Get Him to the Greek", starring opposite who will take the roles of Aaron. This comedy which is directed by "" helmer Nicholas Stoller will entertain audience in the U.S. starting June 4.

Russell Brand's "Just Say Yes" music video


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