Celebrity cameos in music video can be slightly cringe (remember when Kendall Jenner popped up in Lil Dicky’s Freaky Friday?) but Maroon 5’s latest offering just about gets away with it, thanks to a diverse string of appearances by some of the most influential women in pop culture at the moment.
Some dancing, some singing along and some posing, a total of 26 women pop up in the video – including featured rapper Cardi B.
From Gal Gadot to Jennifer Lopez, here’s what you need to know about the women in Maroon 5’s Girls Like You video, in the order they appear.
First up is Camila Cabello, former Fifth Harmony band member who sings that ridiculously catchy song Havana. She has a well-documented friendship with Taylor Swift and joined her on Taylor's Reputation tour.
Perhaps best known for her podcasting exploits, the stand-up comedian co-hosted 2DopeQueens with Jessica Williams, and her own show Sooo Many White Guys.
Wearing a t-shirt that boldly states 'always speak your truth', 24-year-old US gymnast Aly is a two-time Olympic champion and appeared on season 16 of Dancing With The Stars.
Hilariously bold comedian Sarah Silverman has won two Emmy awards and hosted and produced The Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central from 2007 to 2010.
Doing a typical model dance behind Adam Levine is Gal Gadot AKA Wonder Woman. Gadot is the former Miss Israel as has starred in Fast & Furious, Keeping Up with the Joneses and Justice League.
Comedian and YouTuber Lilly is best known by her social media handle @IISuperwomanII. Her most popular videos include comedy sketches; What Clubbing Actually Feels Like, When White People Listen To Indian Music and a video about spreading love and compliments Three Girls, One Elevator (ft. Zendaya & Winnie Harlow).
If you've ever heard of the site MuslimGirl.com then you have this woman to thank. Al-Khatahtbeh made headlines earlier this year by refusing to accept Revlon's change maker award, since Gal Gadot was the brand's ambassador. 'I cannot accept this award from Revlon with Gal Gadot as the ambassador,' she wrote on Instagram. 'Her vocal support of the Israeli Defense Forces' actions in Palestine goes against MuslimGirl.com's morals and values.'
Fans of Amazon's TV drama Transparent, which documents a father's transition into life as a woman, will know Trace Lysette well, she played yoga instructor Shea. Lysette accused co-star Jeffrey Tambor of sexual assault in 2017.
Comedian and actress Tiffany Haddish was the breakout star of Girls Trip, and has been all over our TV screens since, hosting a hilarious episode of Saturday Night Live, in Drake's Nice For What video and she's currently filming The Kitchen with Melissa McCarthy.
As her T-Shirt might suggest, Rivera is an immigration activist and co-founder of the first undocumented youth led organisation in New York.
Comedian who hosted Decoded on MTV, where she spoke about racism and cultural issues. Ramsey also co-hosts a podcast with her hubby Patrick, called Last Name Basis.
Millie Bobby Brown
Stranger Things star who is immediately recognisable in this video with her two signature buns. The 14 year old has also taken the fashion world by storm, landing several high profile campaigns.
Host of the hugely popular chat show The Ellen DeGeneres Show, LGBT activist and comedian who has also appeared on American Idol, The Simpsons and The Big Bang Theory.
Featured rapper on this song, and former reality star on Love And Hip Hop: New York. She is known for her direct approach and unfiltered lyrics, and released the smash hit Bodak Yellow in 2017.
Needs to introduction, but has more energy in this video than we've had all our lives.
One of our favourite sportspeople to watch during this Winter Olympics, Kim is an American snowboarder who became the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding medal aged 17.
This is a VERY sporty video, here's American soccer player, Olympic gold medalist, and FIFA Women's World Cup champion Alex Morgan.
Mary J. Blige
Ahh Mary! We forgot how much we love her. Just incase you're not familiar she's a nine time Grammy award winning artist whose 2006 song Be Without You is one of the most successful R&B/Hip-Hop songs of all time.
Seen Lady Bird? This is the actress who plays Julie Steffans. She's also appeared in American comedy Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Her appearance is especially moving as it's been just five months since her brother Jordan Feldstein, Maroon 5's manager, died of a heart attack.
Fielder is a 23-year-old activist who founded San Francisco Defund DAPL Coalition, a group calling on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to divest $1.3 billion of investments from banks financing the Dakota Access Pipeline, among other demands.
This American racing driver is more at home behind a wheel of a car than dancing behind Adam Levine, she's the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel racing.
Another ground-breaking woman, Omar is the first Somali-American Muslim legislator to be elected to office in America.
You'll either recognise Banks from The Hunger Games (she played Effie Trinket) or Pitch Perfect (she played Gail Abernathy-McKadden) depending on your taste in film.
One of our faviurite models of the moment, Ashley Graham, whose swimwear collection campaign images use unretouched pictures taken by paparazzi.
British pop star Rita Ora has recently featured on Girls with Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX and For You with Liam Payne.
And last but not least, Victoria's Secret model and Adam Levine's wife Behati Prinsloo.