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Kate Upton is challenged to chug whatever Tony Hale can manage to mix up in the music video for “Bartender,” the lead single off Lady Antebellum’s upcoming fifth album.
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The breakup anthem — written by the country trio’s Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley and Hillary Scott with co-writer Rodney Clawson, and co-produced by Nathan Chapman — centers on a brokenhearted woman who bounces back with a good ol’ girls’ night out.
Directed by Shane C. Drake, the video opens with the Other Woman actress deciding to paint the town after a breakup as she walks across a moving stage and into a bar to drown her sorrows. With rounds of shots, margaritas and martinis, the night quickly turns into a battle of the sexes in a setting similar to a boxing ring, as men wipe the sweat off the forehead of a hard-working Hale in one corner, and Upton’s girlfriends cheer her on in another.
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“Bartender” premiered on Today on Thursday morning. Watch the video below.
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