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Video: Rumer Willis Parties With Shirtless Guys in Ariana Grande's 'Problem' Parody

July 26, 2014 (4:02 am) GMT
Bruce Willis and Demi Moore's daughter is featured rubbing sunscreen on the guys' bare chests while singing about the importance of protecting the skin from the sun in the video.
Video: Rumer Willis Parties With Shirtless Guys in Ariana Grande's 'Problem' Parody

joins forces with Constantine Rousouli and Jake Wilson to spoof and 's smashing hit "Problem". In a new parody track called "SPF", the trio promotes the importance of high-SPF sunscreen.

Rousouli replaces the lines originally sung by Grande with hilarious lyrics like "Sunburn is not a good look/ Don't let your skin cook/ Come on if you don't put it on then/ Bad stuff could happen to you-ooh-ooh." Wilson, who wrote the song, drops some new verses to replace Azalea's, while Willis does the sexy whispers originally done by .

The spoof comes along with its accompanying music video. Directed by Wilson, the clip sees Willis having fun with some shirtless guys at a pool party. Donning some revealing bikinis, the 25-year-old star is seen rubbing sunscreen on the dudes' bare chests and dancing with them in a sheer one-piece with black pasties covering her breasts.

"Problem" serves as the first single off "", Grande's upcoming sophomore album that's scheduled to be released in August. The former Nickelodeon star and her collaborator have yet to comment on Willis' parody video.

Rumer Willis, Constantine Rousouli & Jake Wilson's "SPF" music video

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