Meghan Trainor's cute music video for her song "Dear Future Husband" looks like the lovechild of Mad Men's Betty Draper and Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" video -- and not everyone is a fan of this combo.
Dressed in her most feminine outfits, Trainor struts around in the bright video spouting off the qualities she'd like her future spouse to have when they wed.
"Dear Future Husband" shows the 21-year-old pop star scrubbing floors and baking in the kitchen, while the men are showing up to her door with flowers and chocolates as well as attempting to win her prizes at the fair for her with their strength.
While some may just see this video as fun and cute, others believe it sets women back decades.
'Dear future husband I'm a bit mental sometimes but bring me flowers and buy me a ring and I'll occasionally scrub the floor for you" 💤💤💤— Olivia Wind (@_oliviadebra) March 18, 2015
I know Meghan Trainor's music is suppose to sound all 1950's but it doesn't mean the lyrics have to be from that sexist era too— thi (@snkpayne) March 18, 2015
Dear @Meghan_Trainor's future husband: Your future wife sounds like a total asshole.— Words That Aren't (@WordsThatArent) March 17, 2015
Meghan Trainor's "Dear Future Husband" has got to be the stupidest song I've ever heard. She sounds like she'd be the worst wife ever.— adelaide (@gimmeaCURLEYfry) March 10, 2015
"Dear Future Husband" accusations of being sexist isn't the only controversy Trainor is facing. Twitter has also exploded with tweets saying the song sounds strangely similar to British singer/songwriter Olly Murs' "Dance with Me Tonight."
Do you think the video is sexist? Do you think it sounds like Olly Murs' song? Sound off in the comments and tweet #ETnow.