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* The male lead in the music video for Colbie Caillat's "Fallin' For You" (played by [[SaturdayNightLive Bobby Moynihan]]) is [[{{The Klutz}} clumsy]], a touch overweight, and has all the surfing skill of a native Arizonan, but in spite (or because) of these obvious 'shortcomings', his girlfriend is clearly smitten with the big lug.
* Music/GreenDay's Billie Joe Armstrong. A good chunk of his earlier songs are about puppy-love, and he's cute and dorky in video for "Holiday". The fact that he looks barely over half his age helps, too.
* One of the three male {{Love Interest}}s of Sugababes' music video [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZY3bcc-cKwo "Push The Button"]]. He's a dork with one of those Norwegian ski sweaters and black nerdy glasses and weird facial hair. Yet the hot blond woman with a bare midriff in a tight red top and a tight skirt is very much into him.
* Music/DavidBowie's ''Jazzin' for Blue Jean'', a 20-minute [[ShortFilm long-form video]], is based around the TalkyBookends story of Vic, a lovestruck-but-clumsy man who tells a CelebrityLie to the woman of his dreams and now has to find a way to personally introduce elegant, supercool rock star Screamin' Lord Byron to her. [[ActingForTwo Bowie plays both men]], and [[spoiler: Vic doesn't get the girl in the end for all his trouble -- which Bowie doesn't think is fair.]]
%% * {{KodaKumi}}. Her "cute" songs also tend to be cranked [[UptoEleven up to eleven]].
%% * KellyClarkson, epitomized by her dance move [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=873aSN8MHLg "The Lawnmower".]]
%% * Music/{{PSY}}, and him cranking the dorkiness UpToEleven in his [[MemeticMutation viral hit]] Gangnam Style.
%% * The {{Meganekko}} protagonist in the video clip for [[TaylorSwift You Belong with Me]].