Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert caused a stir at two recent awards shows, when they performed their new duet, “Somethin’ Bad,” during the Billboard Music Awards and the CMT Music Awards. Now, the feisty female singers have teamed up for a new video. Underwood and Lambert play on a familiar “good girl/bad girl” theme in the action-packed clip, with both donning dark wigs and prim outfits for their daytime office gigs. After hours, the duo has some not-so-legal plans, suiting up in black masks and bodysuits to steal a hefty sum of precious jewelry, and escape just before a fiery explosion.
Wednesday morning (June 25), CMT, MTV and VH1 simultaneously premiered the new clip for the song, which is the second single from Lambert’s album Platinum.
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Randy Houser saddles up in his forthcoming video clip for “Like A Cowboy,” which was directed by Dustin Rikert. Houser spent a week shooting the clip a various locations around Tucson, Ariz., including the Old Tucson studios, where westerns including Tombstone, Three Amigos, Arizona, and more were filmed.
The video’s cast includes William Shockley (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman) and Tim Murphy (Sons of Anarchy), as well as 50 head of cattle, helping to bring to life an 1800s period piece.
“Like A Cowboy” will premiere on CMT and CMT.com on Saturday, June 28 at 9 a.m. CT.
The trailer for the clip can be seen below:
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Little Big Town premiered the video for their latest single, “Day Drinking,” Wednesday morning on people.com. The video was shot near Miami Beach, features the group using a Friday afternoon traffic jam as an excuse to leave their worries (and car) behind them and hit the beach a little early. Little Big Town’s sixth album, Painkiller, will release in fall 2014.
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