Chloe Bailey struts in her new campaign for Pepsi which borrows from the 1984 American classic, Footloose, created by screenwriter Dean Pitchford.
Miss Bailey is a showstopper in her latest Pepsi campaign.
The talented singer mirrors singer and songwriter Kenny Loggins’s original song Footloose, coined from the original 1984 classic film.
During the ad, the “Surprise” singer is indeed full of surprises as she sings the original song, but with a modern-day twist.
Bailey turns heads as she sings and dances in a denim and lace ensemble with platform sneakers inside a 1950s vintage diner in flash mob style.
The diner is a direct giveaway to the classic character hangout, the “Hi-Spot,” located in the midwest in the film.
Furthermore, Chloe is clearly in her bag when she’s not clapping back at haters.
As she continues to morph into her career, grabbing it by the horns, the “Have Mercy” artist may have more in store for her fans.
Support In Real Life
Chloe Bailey went on TikTok to tell speculating fans why she has not posted “Free Gunna” on her social media as Kim Kardashian has.
Ms. Bailey shut critics down, saying, “Kiss my ass, I support in real life. Thank you.”