10. 'Gimmie Dat'
Donning a fly belt and sneakers with clear heels, Ciara sets the tone for the 'Gimmie Dat' video early. In this 2010 release, the army brat-turned R&B superstar shows off her curves and slinky moves in the military-inspired music video. 'Gimmie Dat' offers acrobatic moves typically reserved for the high bars, a scene with inverted picture, Ciara dancing in the rain, and multiple copies of the 'Goodies' diva.
9. 'Love Sex Magic' (feat. Justin Timberlake)
No. 9 on our list of top Ciara videos, 'Love Sex Magic' features the stylings of pop superstar Justin Timberlake. Watch as Ciara and JT get up close and personal in this sexy video -- which is borderline too hot for your computer screen. Warning: 'Love Sex Magic' is so catchy you won't be able to get it out of your head for days.
8. 'And I'
Ciara's 'And I' is a step away from the singer's typical upbeat dance video -- into a fairytale world. 'And I' takes place in a forest, where Ciara is filming a music video. As she sings about the loyalty of her boyfriend -- who is on-set -- and her trust in him, she discovers he's actually cheating on her. Like in any good fairytale, Ciara finds love in the end when her bodyguard rescues her from being crushed by a falling light. 'And I' was the final single from Ciara's debut album, 'Goodies.'
7. 'Get Up' (Feat. Chamillionaire)
Ciara's 'Get Up' video is hot from the start -- the first scene opens and we find Ciara in a black silk bedroom, stripping her clothes off for the camera before climbing down the fire escape. 'Get Up' is the first single from the soundtrack to the movie 'Step Up,' as well as the first release from Ciara's second album, 'Ciara: The Evolution.' She certainly has evolved -- this hip-hop dance video, featuring Chamillionaire -- has a very futuristic feel and lots of that Ciara attitude.
6. 'Can't Leave 'Em Alone' (Feat. 50 Cent)
No. 6 on our countdown of top Ciara music videos is 'Can't Leave 'Em Alone.' Also a release from 'Ciara: The Evolution,' this love story tells the tale of her new (fictional) relationship with 50 Cent -- who truly makes the song. The video shows Ciara and 'Fitty' going skin-to-skin, out on the town, and falling in love -- and though Ciara's friends say he's no good for her, she just 'Can't Leave 'Em' Alone.'
5. 'Goodies' (Feat. Petey Pablo)
'Goodies' is the song that made Atlanta's Ciara a star. There wasn't a single club that didn't blast this gem in 2004 -- 'Goodies' peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. The fun music video attached, which shows Ciara cruising the streets of Atlanta with Petey Pablo, features a slew of cameos from other big names -- namely Monica and Lil Jon.
4. 'Ride' (Feat. Ludacris)
If there's one thing that Ciara knows, it's that putting rap superstars in your songs sells records -- and 'Ride' features one of the greatest: Ludacris. This music video attracted controversy when it hit in early 2010, and because it contains sexually explicit content and very suggestive lyrics, it was banned by BET. Check out Ciara's 'Ride' video feat. Ludacris below -- but be careful -- it's hot.
3. 'Never Ever' (Feat. Young Jeezy)
No. 3 on our list of top Ciara videos, 'Never Ever' features the likes of rapper Young Jeezy. Ciara makes it all look easy -- from laying down hot R&B hits to dancing in 4-inch heels -- and she never loses her swagger. This dance video kicks off with a short acting scene, followed by Ciara dancing alone and Young Jeezy's rap breakdown, and closes with a group dance session.
2. '1, 2 Step'
Ciara's '1, 2 Step' was explosive when it took off in October of 2004, landing at No. 2 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. '1, 2 Step' features R&B's erstwhile leading lady Missy Elliott, and is -- you guessed it -- a dance video. Most of the video takes place in a dance studio, but Ciara channels Michael Jackson when she hits the streets to do a few steps with some awesome kid dancers.
1. 'Like a Boy'
Ciara's 'Like a Boy' is the 'Goodies' singer's most-watched music video -- likely because it shows a harder edge of Ciara, who says sometimes she wishes she could act 'Like a Boy.' The video is shot in full black-and-white and kicks off with Ciara saying "2007. Ladies, I think it's time to switch roles," -- and shows her in different scenes dressed like her male R&B counterparts. The dancing in this one is executed as well as a good football play -- maybe because Ciara's boyfriend in the 'Like a Boy' video is played by the New Orleans Saints' Reggie Bush.
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