Another tongue-in-cheek song and music video, Paisley’s “Celebrity,” also stars Alexander and William Shatner.
This time, the country singer melds the worlds of reality television and life as a star.
As host, Paisley will introduce and interact with each of the comedians that perform during the show—which of course will be a big part of the fun. ) Below we lay out five solid reasons why comedy could very easily play a big role in Paisley’s future.
Could this be the makings for a comedy show of his own? Fans already know that Paisley likes to joke around and can make people laugh in lots of unique ways. Paisley is well known as a funnyman on social media, but it also is apparent in his songwriting and music videos.
He directed Brad Paisley's video "Online" back in 2007 (so, post-debut album), and now she's a global superstar.
Brad Paisley: the Stetson wearing, guitar strumming, goofball extraordinaire from West Virginia who has sold over 12 million albums, won multiple Grammy’s, CMA’s, ACA’s, and has earned himself the most prestigious award of all…becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Then there’s the ones penned with a man’s thinking in mind.
In 2000, the Academy of Country Music named Paisley the year's Best New Male Vocalist, and in February 2001, he was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry.Paisley's passion for music began at age 8, when his grandfather gave him his first guitar.By the age of 12, the young musician was singing in church and at civic meetings and playing in his first band, for which he wrote his own material. After the event, he caught up with TMZ and explained that actually, he's responsible for putting Taylor on the map. Jason Alexander was at a charity event the other day where he apparently sang some Swift.