Terry Gian, the 2005 Clown In A Million runner-up, stars in a music video produced by Statement Productions, an independent film production.
Terry, in drag, is shown here catwalking inside an MRT car with two girls, interacting with the street people watching him dance and lipsynch to Beyonce Knowles's "Crazy In Love," and does a lot of crazy things that seem to fit the title of the song he is lipsynching.
Statement Productions's Ian Galsim, the person who directed the music video said they wanted a "level up" in the Filipinos' way of video production.
"We've seen a lot of parodies done here and there and we wanted to do the same pero hindi yung tipong ginaya lang and that's it. Gusto namin level up sana.'Ayun," Ian said.
"Recently, yung famous Trasher Bangkok sa YouTube from Thailand want us to do a collaboration after seeing our vid. Baka pumunta kami Bangkok soon. We're crossing our fingers, he-he-he!"
Trasher Bangkok is a Thailand-based YouTube user who does his own versions of music videos of famous pop stars like Rihanna, Adelle and Katy Perry.
Ian shared he and his friends formed Statement Productions basically to launch an independent prod house that can shoot any kinds of videos.
"Bale business talaga siya and since andaming connections na pwedeng ma-utilize--since nagdidirek naman na ako sa GMA-7--sa equipments, sa stylist sa mga production people, like old colleagues na gumagawa na rin ng pangalan sa industry, saka lalo na sa mga designer friends like Martin Bautista and Veejay Floresca, Frederick Peralta, etc., pati artista, nag-plan kami gumawa ng viral vids tulad nga nung 'Crazy in Love.' Luckily we got Terry Gian as Beyonce. Former ABS-CBN talent kasi siya na nakalaban ni Pokwang dati. We became friends this year 'tapos I offered him na gawan ng ganitong klaseng 're-packaging' since he doesn't do drag naman before and he liked it."
They wanted a concept and a music video that would really fit Terry. Beyonce's 2003 hit about a girl going out of character because of love seemed to be the right song for the job.
And instead of copying the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards Best Female, Best R&B, and Best Choreography video, Statement Productions did its own take and shot the scenes in the busy streets of Manila.
Ian said they had "super fun" shooting the video.
Terry also starred in an earlier Statement Productions MTV of another Beyonce song, the 2011 hit "Best Thing I Never Had."
So, what's next for Statement Productions?
"Secret muna po. Basta marami pang pasabog...soon!" Ian hinted.
To learn more about Statement Productions, visit their facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/StatementProductions or follow them on Twitter @143statement.