"Bop Bop Baby" (meaning 'dance, dance, dance to the distortion!') is a song by Irish boy bandWestlife and it was released on 20 May 2002 as the third single from their third studio album World of Our Own (2001). The single peaked at No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart. However, during an interview, the band claimed this was due to the obscure choice of single, as they would have much preferred to release "Why Do I Love You" - and had even recorded a video for it. The song was written by band members Shane Filan and Brian McFadden, alongside producers and writers Chris O'Brien and Graham Murphy. It sold over 120,000 copies in the UK.
The video for "Bop Bop Baby" was initially to be directed by Vaughn Arnell and was to feature the band in front of the Irish skyline. But instead, the video was directed by Max & Diana. The video takes place during the Medieval times. At the start of the video it is said that a beautiful maiden wished to marry for love, but her father wanted her to Duke Vincent (Vinnie Jones), the vilest man in the kingdom for money. The band members serve as Musketeers who are imprisoned in a dungeon by the Duke. Brian McFadden attempts to approach a nearby prisoner but was scared off. The five members then break free, riding on horses and they arrive at the wedding and battle the Duke's men. At one point, Kian Egan and Mark Feehily nearly slash each other, screaming in the process before they got attacked by the Duke. The band members then attacked the Duke before fleeing the church with the maiden with the Duke in pursuit.