This Sunday night on Country Music Television (CMT), viewers will have a chance to vote for their favorite country videos. Following yesterday's post, and inspired by an anonymous commenter, mwbh is embarking on a campaign to put those little Dixie Chicklets back in the coop where they belong.
In the category of Group Video of the Year, the call is out for viewers to vote for either Little Big Town's “Good as Gone,” or one of the entries by Rascal Flatts, “Life Is a Highway” (recommended) or "What Hurts the Most.” In the category of Video of the Year, viewers are urged, in no uncertain terms, to vote for Toby Keith's "A Little Too Late," if only for the hope of that anticipated parting shot. If you can't bring yourself to tally for Toby, there are always such choices as Carrie Underwood's formula-driven “Before He Cheats,” George Strait's cliché-driven “The Seashores of Old Mexico,” Keith Urban's movie-star moment “Once in a Lifetime,” Kenny Chesney's proof that he's not gay entitled “You Save Me,” Rascal Flatts' semi-decent “What Hurts the Most,” or Sugarland's incomplete sentence, “Want To.”
Vote online here, or wait until the toll-free or not-so-toll-free number comes up. Let's send the message that America's not ready to make nice with that trifecta of spoiled wannabe-Hollywood brats!