In a bit of an unusual step, the group has released both the choreography version and the
eye fuck eye contact version of “Wiggle Wiggle” before they’ve even released the official music video. Usually, the bonus videos are released after the music video proper but the decision to release these first could create some good hype for the song. Just maybe.
On the one hand, the two videos may end up stealing some thunder from the official video’s release. On the other hand, when the concept for “Wiggle Wiggle” appears to be nothing except “here’s hot girls dancing hotly,” these two videos may just be the purest expression of what Hello Venus is seeking to accomplish with this single.
Now, the official “Wiggle Wiggle” video doesn’t even feel necessary. Unless the official music video offers up a stunning story line featuring Jason Derulo and Snoop Dogg, the likely outcome is that the official video will be nothing but a more colorful dance-in-the-box video with 50,000 obnoxious cuts anyways.
The editing of the eye contact version needs some work though. With the awkwardly spliced cuts, the video ends up looking more like a knock-off K-Pop music video made by a semi-famous dance troupe (AOA “eye contact” dance videos are the superior “eye contact” dance videos).