Vin Diesel Debuts His EDM Song to Kelly Clarkson and an "Audience" of People Dancing on Screens in This Year's Most Dystopian Clip

Vin Diesel Debuts His EDM Song to Kelly Clarkson and an 'Audience' of People Dancing on Screens in This Year's Most Dystopian Clip
The 2010s were an incredibly weird decade, but 2020 outdid them entirely with an endless stream of bizarre, dystopian events. You'd think that by now there'd be nothing left to shock us, but then action movie star Vin Diesel stopped by Kelly Clarkson's daytime talk show to debut his new EDM single for a series of sideways televisions that featured gently swaying normies posing as a "studio audience."

Let's all take a deep breath and try to figure out what the fuck is going on. So Vin Diesel has been known to make some strange music over the years, and today he dropped a new tune called "Feels Like I Do." It's a pulsing, somewhat generic EDM tune, but it's made more interesting thanks to his deep, throaty vocal delivery.

The song was debut on The Kelly Clarkson Show, which, as its title suggests, is a newish talk show hosted by "Since U Been Gone" singer Kelly Clarkson. But since she can't have a real studio audience, her audience is a series of giant people blown up on large flat screen TVs.

Those people attempted to gently sway to the thumps of Vin Diesel's new tune, although whatever technology they used to listen to the song ensured that even the most subtle movements were not in sync with the thump.

The result is some disastrous footage that will go down in history as a summation of life in 2020. Whatever the future may hold, we can be thankful for this.