It's been a busy week for Octomom Nadya Suleman. She's allegedly under investigation for welfare fraud, and just detailed her work on a porn film to Oprah Winfrey. So what's next? Appearing in a country music video, of course!
To be fair, this ain't your typical country-music clip. Suleman stars in the latest from celebrated parody artist Cledus T. Judd--who's spoofed tunes by country luminaries ranging from Shania Twain to Kenny Chesney.
His new video, "Honeymoon," spoofs Little Big Town's No. 1 hit "Pontoon"; and yep, it's just as it suggests. Even better, actually. Suleman is featured as Judd's redneck bride, complete with perhaps the tackiest wedding gown imaginable. If the exaggerated satin poufs on the shoulders weren't enough, Suleman sports a camo-print thermal underneath to make it extra fetching.
The pair reportedly jet off to Dollywood for their post-nuptial tour. The video will debut Monday on CMT.
How was it collaborating with the famously mercurial Octomom? Judd said it was a blast. "I didn't know what to expect when she signed on," he admitted. "But she was awesome!"
"Some paparazzi asked me if we were romantically linked," the funnyman added. "I politely told the guy, 'I can hardly pay my child support on the one I got, much less 14 other little ones!' I think that shut him up."
Judd also noted that Suleman has "smoking hot lips." We'll just have to wait to see if he takes advantage of those.
"Honeymoon" also features an appearance from comedian Two Foot Fred (pictured center between Suleman and Judd, above), and is directed by singer/actress Laura Bell Bundy. You can check out more of Judd's parodies, including his latest hysterical twists on Miranda Lambert and Toby Keith's hits, at his official site.
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