Fortunately, the song itself is strong enough to compete with the eye-popping visuals. Produced by RedOne – and yes, are we informed as such at the start – it's a rubber-bottomed pop stomper with loads of "heyeyey" and "oh-oh-oh-oh" hooks, a good-natured girl power message and more sass than a drag queen who's just been told (s)he doesn't meet the dress code. The result? Yet more evidence that Alexandra Burke is turning into a cracking - no pun intended - little popstar.
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