Brett Eldredge’s ACM New Artist of the Year Campaign Includes ‘Cameos’ From the President, Pope + Ron Burgundy [Watch]
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Brett Eldredge is one of three nominees for New Artist of the Year at the 2014 ACM Awards and he’s trying to get your vote by reminding you that he was literally everywhere in 2013. The ‘Don’t Ya’ singer has released this silly video to show you just all the places he was — you may not remember some of them.
The video takes a little jab at the U.S. government’s shutdown in its opening because Eldredge didn’t stop even though the government did. “And while the U.S. Government may have shut down, country singer Brett Eldredge was open for business,” a voice says as Eldredge emerges in a space suit. “He had a voice that could tame a ‘Sharknado’ and a smile that could make the Statue of Liberty blush.”
In the vid, Eldredge shows fans all the places he travelled in 2013 — he took a trip to outer space, a selfie with the Pope, he tried to help Jennifer Lawrence up after one of her many 2013 falls.
Between the clips, the video focuses on some of Eldredge’s more believable accomplishments, like award show performances, his time in the spotlight during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and his smash No. 1 hit ‘Don’t Ya.’
The 28-year-old singer shows his silly side when asking for your votes so he can claim this year’s New Artist of the Year Award. Fans can vote for their favorite New Artist nominee here. Other country newcomers up for the award are Justin Moore and Kip Moore.