With Danielle Bradbery‘s “Friend Zone” music video now in the Video Shootout Hall of Fame, this week's Shootout features three new contestants.

First up is Kelsea Ballerini and her "Dibs" video, shot in York, Pa.; Greenville, S.C.; and St. Leonard, Md. Next is Charles Kelley's simple-but-effective "The Driver" clip, which, like the song itself, features Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay. Finally, competing this week is Ashley Campbell's poignant music video for "Remembering," her debut single.

Watch all three of this week's Video Shootout competitors below.

Do you like Ballerini's, Kelley's or Campbell's video the best? Vote for your favorite clip in the poll below as often as once per hour through Sunday night (Nov. 22). The music video with the most votes will move on to compete in next week's Video Shootout, against two new competitors.

Video Shootout Rules: The video that receives the most votes wins, and the winner goes on to face two new challengers in the Video Shootout next week. Vote as often as once every hour. Any video that wins four Video Shootouts in a row will be retired into The Boot’s Video Shootout Hall of Fame to allow new clips to compete. Certain videos may be considered for a second Video Shootout.

Please note: Cheating will not be tolerated, and any voter found to be cheating will have their votes disqualified. A captcha has been put in place to prevent cheating. If you cannot read the captcha, press the top blue button next to it to refresh to a new one, or press the middle blue button to have the polling system read the captcha to you.