This clip shows the end of the scavenger hunt and shows the group of teenagers giving the evidence in. The two team leaders then let off a sparkler to symbolize a celebration. Bridgit frequently makes eye contact with the audience which creates that 'stereotypical' sexy look that most female performers try to create.
This music video is a promotional video due to the fact that Bridgit is a good female performer. Her lip syncing is perfect timing and she frequently interacts with the audience by staring directly into the camera. This video fits the genre of pop due to its stereotypical conventions. For example, throughout the whole video it cross cuts between Bridgit performing as an individual and lip syncing to the narrative of the group of teenagers participating in the scavenger hunt.
Another example is the change of location, the location of both Bridgit and the group of teenagers changes throughout which is very stereotypical of a pop music video.
Furthermore, Bridgit frequently stares into the camera to create more involvement for the audience which again is very stereotypical of a pop music video.