Sydney Sweeney embraces empowerment in Rolling Stones’ “Angry” video amidst objectification claims
Sydney Sweeney has fired back at critics accusing her of objectification in the Rolling Stones’ “Angry” music video. The actress, bedecked in black studded chaps and a corset, commands attention as she cruises in a convertible, passionately engaging with the song from the legendary rock band’s latest album, Hackney Diamonds.
In an exclusive interview with Glamour UK, the star of “Anyone But You” dismisses claims of being objectified, stating, “I felt hot. I picked my own outfit out of racks and racks of clothes. I felt so good in it.” Sweeney, unapologetically embracing her body, rejects the notion that empowerment and femininity are mutually exclusive.
Addressing critics who question her feminist stance, she asserts, “I find empowerment through embracing the body that I have.” Proudly reflecting on her experience in the Rolling Stones video, she adds, “I’m in a Rolling Stones video. How cool and iconic is that? I felt so good. All the moves, everything I was doing was all freestyle.”
Currently shining in the rom-com “Anyone But You,” where she not only stars but also produces, Sydney Sweeney proves her versatility and confidence in navigating the dynamic landscapes of both music videos and film.