Elton John Finally Releases 'Tiny Dancer' Music Video

"Tiny Dancer" is one of those rare songs that manages to stick with you forever. Probably the most famous pop culture reference for "Tiny Dancer" comes during the tour bus scene at the end of the coming-of-age rock 'n' roll epic film Almost Famous...

But it's been covered a bazillion times - by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dave Grohl, Tim McGraw, Ben Folds, Deadmau5 and so many more. Rihanna and Ed Sheeran have recently referenced it on their own tracks, and TV shows. Presidential candidate Donald Trump even played the track at his campaign rallies, much to Sir Elton John's dismay.

45 years after its initial release on his album Madman On The Water, Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" has finally gotten a proper music video treatment. There are beauty queens, police officers, street performers, stoner teens, vaping grandmas, valets taking expensive sports cars for a spin, mothers breastfeeding their babies and... Marilyn Manson singing to a snake! Music video was pretty a high budget affair directed by newcomer Max Weiland.