Los Angeles: Rapper Kanye West's controversial "Famous" music video has got a so-called safe-for-work version featuring the likes of Justin Bieber, Nick Jonas and Meghan Trainor. Made by BBC Radio 1, the parody video also stars Cheryl Cole, Carly Rae Jepsen, Meghan Trainor, Troye Sivan, Craig David, Ant & Dec and 5 Seconds of Summer, reports aceshowbiz.com. While the original video features West and his wife Kim Kardashian along with naked lookalikes of Taylor Swift, Ray J and Amber Rose, the parody version features Bieber and the others hopping into bed with their clothes on. They are chatting with the person lying next to them and cracking jokes. In the video; Bieber argues with Cole about who is the hottest between the two of them, Jepsen and Jonas flirt with each other, while Trainor shuts down Troye's attempt to get her number. West released the controversial music video last month, which also featured lookalikes of Caitlyn Jenner, Bill Cosby, George W. Bush, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Rihanna and Chris Brown.