Interspecies Romance / Music Videos

  • The music video for the song "Close But No Cigar" by "Weird Al" Yankovic is all about this. It was made by John Kricfalusi, so it's not surprising...
  • The music video of Opposites Attract has Paula Adbul dancing with and romancing a cartoon cat named M.C. Scat Cat
  • "E.T." by Katy Perry and Kanye West; [1]
    • A music video for "E.T." with Kanye West was released on March 31, 2011; the video begins with the song "Where in the World Can My Lover Be?" by Midge Williams & Her Jazz Jesters playing in the background. As the music begins, Kanye is shown in a spacecraft revealing pictures before zooming out of the craft. In the video, Perry, as an "alien", drifts through outer space before landing on an abandoned Earth covered with litter. Clips are interspersed of large felids hunting game. She comes across a broken robot (resembling a spaceman), which turns into a naked male, played by Shaun Ross upon her kiss. It is eventually revealed Perry's legs are in fact those of a gazelle. Meanwhile, West is featured in the video floating in a traveling spacecraft.
  • "Runaway" is a 35-minute short film (It serves as the music video for a compilation of songs from West's album, "My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy") directed by "Kanye West". The film depicts a romantic relationship between a man and a half-woman, half-phoenix, and is set to music by "Kanye West" from his album.
  • The second version of the music video for "Bad Boy" by Miami Sound Machine, which features the cast of Cats in their cat costumes, one of them getting really cuddly with Gloria Estefan's character (who's human, though she sports a cat tail at the end of the video).
  • The music video for "Peacebone" by the experimental rock group Animal Collective shows a blossoming romance between a human woman and.. something else.
  • In the music video for Spectrum by ZEDD, a man meets and falls in love with an alien woman whose spaceship appears in front of his house and leaves her there.
  • In NHK's Minna no Uta, the music video Tanishi-chan, which initially played in NHK television channels in February and March 1986, is about a pond loach and a snail who are in love with each other.