Adley Stump, one of the winners of the fourth annual GRAMMY Amplifier program in partnership with Hyundai, is giving readers of The Boot a first look at her quirky new "Don't Wanna Love Him" music video. The clip, filmed in Malibu, Calif., is a warning to all the ladies about a particular type of guy — that one who is juggling more women than he can keep track of and who tries to be as smooth as his slicked-back hair. But here's the good thing: He can't pull a fast one on a smart girl.

“I could not have asked for a better cast, crew and experience bringing my vision for this song to life," says Stump. "I think we all hope fans laugh and smile watching the music video as much as we did making it!”

There's no doubt that Stump's video will make fans laugh. Viewers will see the artist playing the parts of a musician, waitress, older woman and more ... but if you blink, you may miss her (or wait, was that really her?) While Stump plays the wise-and-tried woman, her best friend in real life (and reigning Miss USA), Olivia Jordan, plays the role of the date.

“It was a dream come true to be a part of Adley’s music video," says Jordan. "It has been incredible to watch her career grow and flourish. I couldn’t imagine anyone more deserving of the success she is seeing."

Stump was named a winner of Hyundai and the Recording Academy's fourth annual GRAMMY Amplifier program in February; she and two other artists emerged victorious out of more than 4000 hopefuls. Sam HuntBig Sean and Lzzy Hale were the curators for this year's program.

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