Anyone with a heart-on for daytime alum Jordi Vilasuso (ex-Dario Hernandez, Days of our Lives; ex-Griffin Castillo, All My Children; ex-Tony Santos, Guiding Light) should definitely keep their eyes glued to Paramore's new music video for Rose-Colored Boy because the Miami native makes a fun cameo appearance.
The 1980s-style music video features the Latino actor as a network executive for a fictional morning program called Wake Up Roseville. Unfortunately, his character's smarmy attitude is met with a ball thrown in his face.
The cringe-worthy moment is just one in a video full of uncomfortable moments as Paramore poses as a retro news team presenting all the positive news while their faces are plastered with fake smiles. The video for the song, which is from the band's 2017 album After Laughter, is attracting positive reviews, much like glue attracts glitter. And we'd like to think it's partially due to Vilasuso's cameo -- even if it is a blink-and-you'll-miss-him appearance.
Check out the Rose-Colored Boy video below and let us know what you think about Vilasuso's appearance.
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