POLL: Who Should Win Video of the Year at the 2015 ACM Awards?
The 2015 ACM Awards are just around the corner, and fans are wondering who will take home trophies -- and who will go home empty handed. This year's Video of the Year category features several country superstars, and the nominated videos' themes range from hilariously ridiculous to deeply emotional.
Kenny Chesney's "American Kids" music video is a lighthearted, carefree invitation to let your hair down -- and dance around in a psychedelic bus. The thematic video is a great accompaniment to the upbeat song and is a definite contender in this category. Keith Urban's "Cop Car" clip is the most romantic of the bunch, featuring a young couple who end up in the backseat of a cop car for trespassing while on a date. It completely captures the fluttery feelings of new love -- when even the possibility of getting arrested doesn't frighten away the butterflies.
Definitely the funniest video of the bunch, Dierks Bentley's "Drunk on a Plane" had viewers laughing from start to finish. Bentley sports a mustache and a pilot's uniform in the clip, and his hilarious escapades made the video the first-ever country music video to premiere on the comedy website Funny or Die.
On a completely different note, Glen Campbell's Grammy-winning and Oscar-nominated song "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" had an equally touching music video. The clip gave fans an intimate look at his struggle with Alzheimer's disease, offering an honest and, at times, heartbreaking peek into Campbell's world. It's easily the most emotional of the nominees.
Finally, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood brought the perfect amount of sass, story and rebellion with their entertaining "Somethin' Bad" music video. Created to play as if it were a movie trailer, the clip left country fans wishing there really was a movie starring Lambert and Underwood coming to local theaters. After all, country stars playing bank tellers who are also thieves? It's an action movie waiting to happen.
Which of these nominees deserves to win Video of the Year at the 2015 ACM Awards? Vote as often as once an hour in the poll below until the end of the day on April 15. We’ll tabulate the results and use them for our 2015 ACM Awards winners predictions the week before the show.
The 2015 ACM Awards will air live from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on April 19 at 8PM ET on CBS.