Music videos bring songs to life and sometimes add a hilarious spin; Here are the 10 funniest country music videos ever made.
Country music is known for strong storytelling and songs that pull on your heartstrings. However, there are many funny songs and music videos in the mix. From country music legend Alan Jackson to newcomers Maddie & Tae, here are the 10 funniest country music.
10. “Drunk On A Plane” – Dierks Bentley
Dierks Bentley kicks off the ten funniest videos with his recent hit, “Drunk On A Plane.” After being left at the altar, the groom heads on a lonesome honeymoon and gets a little drunk with his new friends on the 747.
9. “Take It Back” – Reba
Country superstar Reba demands attention as she struts into the courtroom, where she faces her ex-lover and forces him to “Take It Back.” Reba gets the whole room on her side, singing and dancing, in this 1992 music video.
8. “Some Beach” – Blake Shelton
This list wouldn’t be complete without throwing it back to a Blake Shelton mullet in his “Some Beach” music video.
7. “Best Days Of Your Life” – Kellie Pickler
Kellie Pickler shows her ex his best days were with her in this video. The “Mean Girls” style bus accident leaves him in a full body cast, marked with Pickler’s autograph.
6. “Red Solo Cup” – Toby Keith
This song has become an anthem at parties everywhere. From red solo cup decorations to celebrity appearances, this video is everything you’d expect and more.
5. “Goodbye Earl” – Dixie Chicks
The Dixie Chicks save their friend Wanda from a terrible, abusive relationship by deciding “Earl had to die.” They fool the cops, protect their friend and dance in joy after getting rid of Earl in this 1999 music video.
4. “Stuck Like Glue” – Sugarland
Jennifer Nettles plays a stalker in this hilarious video. After the duo kidnaps her love interest, they “enjoy” ice cream, dancing and cake… until his girlfriend calls.
3. “Girl In A Country Song” – Maddie & Tae
Maddie & Tae’s timely debut single hit number one on country radio charts in December of 2014, according to Rolling Stone. After countless “bro songs” dominating radio, they were the first female act to top the country charts in two years. Their clever music video reverses the roles, making the guys the stars of the video.
2. “Online” – Brad Paisley
Brad Paisley, known for pranks and funny music videos, comes in at number two with his “Online” music video. This song proves everyone’s so much cooler online as Paisley’s wannabe impersonates him on MySpace from his parents’ basement.
1. “That’d Be Alright” – Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson smashes clichés about the creation of music videos in his hilarious video for “That’d Be Alright.” This video is a great commentary on music videos, as the director of the video tries to re-invent old ideas and is left without Jackson to shoot the video.