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A first look at Dressy Bessy's new "Shoot I Love You" video

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Seems like Dressy Bessy is all about the videos these days. It was just last month we posted a bevy of Bessy vids and now we have a brand-new bit of eye candy from the delectable popsters. It's a mad festival of astro-pops (I think that's what those things are called -- haven't had one since I was a wee sprite), kanji and the hotness of front woman Tammy Ealom, all bouncing around in syncopated synchronization to the strains of "Shoot I Love You," a pop confection twice as sweet as the frozen treats that accompany it. It's fun, it's cool, it awaits you after the break.

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