Lady Antebellum, ‘Holly Jolly Christmas’ Behind-the-Scenes Video
Lady Antebellum takes fans behind-the-scenes of their latest video for “Holly Jolly Christmas” in this week’s Webisode Wednesday. The trio’s Dave Haywood kicks things off with the “5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Holly Jolly Christmas Video,” revealing that the clip was shot in Franklin, Tenn., on a warm September day. (Watch below).
“We used about 20 extras to stage this Christmas party,” Dave explains. “The funniest part was all the fake conversations that were taking place throughout the whole video. I even looked over at one in time and some guy was talking to some plant over by the wall. It was hilarious.”
The clip goes on to interview the video’s main character, a precious little boy named Jet, whose sights are set on stealing a kiss from Hillary Scott. “It’s been very nice to meet the three of these guys, because they are very nice,” Jet says.
While his plan is foiled, and he ends up locking lips with the more age appropriate, Avery — which just so happened to both kids’ first, real life kiss — Jet isn’t too upset about the outcome, admitting, “She ends up kissing me and I’m kind of excited about that. [laughs]“
Catch Hillary’s ‘Blue Steel’ impression, Charles Kelley’s cat nap and much more in this behind-the-scenes clip.
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