Watch Marilyn Manson's Shocking New Video, "Heart-Shaped Glasses"

May 8, 2007 5:52 PM ET

If you are under the age of 16 or are Dita Von Teese, Marilyn Manson's new video, "Heart-Shaped Glasses" is not for you. It features unabashedly gratuitous fondling by thirty-eight-year-old Manson of his goth Lolita girlfriend, the almost-twenty-year-old Evan Rachel Wood. The whole thing quickly descends into David Lynchian spooky highway/party scenes followed by bloody apocalyptic sex! Oh, and there are knives. Check it out.

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“Bleeding Love”

Leona Lewis | 2007

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