Adam Doleac enlisted some of his celebrity friends for the music video for his song “Famous.” If you’re a fan of the dating show, The Bachelor on ABC, you might remember Colton Underwood from a few seasons ago or maybe the fence jumping scene rings a bell? He ultimately ended up with Cassie Randolph and neither of them hide the fact that they love country music.
The up-and-coming artist told People that when he originally put “Famous” out, Randolph and Underwood posted a video of them singing along to the song and tagged Doleac. After seeing it and thinking about what direction to go with the music video, he thought it was only right to ask them to star in it.
“Cassie and I often think about how we would have met each other outside of the bachelor, would I buy her a drink? Would I bump into her on the beach? Would she play hard to get? (Of course) — in this video that drops today it tells a story that we love so much, it’s about not doing the predictable thing, it’s about taking a chance and being bold. I love you @cassierandolph & want to thank @adamdoleac for trusting us for representing this song,” Underwood wrote on Instagram.
The music video centers around Underwood, an actor, filming scenes for a movie but he can’t stop looking at one of the personal assistants off to the side, Randolph. In every scene, she catches his eye which goes right along with the lyrics to the song:
“Girl you look famous / Like South Beach or Vegas / All up in the paper, in the supermarket aisle / That dress on you I swear / I know you from somewhere / Gotta know what your name is / ‘Cause God you look famous when you smile”
After filming, Underwood and Randolph ultimately share a dance in the empty studio but just like any movie, there’s a plot twist. The video ends with Doleac behind the counter of a grocery store where Randolph is checking out but a few magazines with Underwood’s face catch her eye. When she finally leaves, she passes Underwood as he’s entering and you realize she made up the entire movie scene in her head and it’s all a dream.
Watch our most recent interview with our 2018 Artist to Watch, Adam Doleac below and click here to check out some of the country artists that have performed on The Bachelor or Bachelorette.
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