The group's newest single "Work From Home," which is the first single from their upcoming second album 7/27, is a straight-up party jam filled with sexual innuendos and a pulsating beat made for the dance floor.SEE ALSO: Carly Rae Jepsen's full 'Fuller House' theme song has arrive Clearly, the girls of 5H -- who were put together by Simon Cowell on the second season of the American version of "X Factor" -- have grown up.The police officers and fire fighters and paramedics secure the crash site and the corpses are placed in black body bags, where they appear to come alive and move violently.
Police have not said how many children had become victims or in what countries they live.
But Rouse said the investigation showed “the global reach and skill that child sex offenders have to groom and seduce victims.” Chalmers has yet to enter pleas.
(Photo by FOX via Getty Images)HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 14: Contestants Fifth Harmony perform onstage at FOX's 'The X Factor' Season 2 Top 11 Live Performance Show on November 14, 2012 in Hollywood, California.
(Photo by FOX via Getty Images)HOLLYWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 12: Contestant Fifth Harmony performs onstage at FOX's 'The X Factor' Season 2 Top 4 Live Performance Show on December 12, 2012 in Hollywood, California.
As of 2017, the song has not been performed live for nearly a decade, with its last performance being in 2008. The song's title is also a kind of tribute to German sports apparel manufacturer Adidas, which was a favorite of the band in their early years.
"All Day I Dream About Sex" is the only official video from Life Is Peachy. The plot revolves around a car accident which causes the death of all Korn members at the hands of a pimp and his prostitutes. In 1998, Korn took up a six-figure endorsement deal with rival Puma.
The now touring radio festival Jingle Ball hit Los Angeles on Friday night, where pop radio station KIIS-FM played host to such stars as Robin Thicke, Jason Derulo and Enrique Iglesias at a packed Staples Center.
The high-wattage performers delivered their biggest hits via short sets, but while the first half of the night went smoothly, the tail end was plagued by problems for several on the roster.
Selena Gomez had an off night at best when she barely made it through a heavily back-tracked rendition of "Undercover" before shouting "What the f---? Moments later, she said the sound wasn't working and promised fans a "few more songs," then inexplicably left after performing "Come and Get It."Jingle Ball 2013 Photos: Los Angeles Ariana Grande had a similar experience.