Florida Georgia Line's new video 'Smooth' hits humorous Las Vegas cliches
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Country duo Florida Georgia Line just released a humorous music video set in Las Vegas for their new single “Smooth.” FGL’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley play delivery truck drivers stranded in the desert with a broken down truck, which contains cases of the band's real-life liquor Old Camp Whiskey

Meanwhile, Cat Daddy, played by hit songwriter Craig Wiseman, drives a vintage pink Cadillac through the Nevada desert and picks up an Elvis impersonator hitchhiking on the roadside. They pull up to the stranded drivers and invite them along for the ride.

Cat Daddy is on his way to get married to his future bride, played by Wiseman’s real-life wife, KK Wiseman. Confusingly, a pair of FGL look-alikes track Cat Daddy’s progress and call in reports to the bride-to-be.

What follows is a glittering party set against the Las Vegas backdrop, fitting in clichés like high stakes poker games, gyrating dancers, colorful costumes, debauchery and even a wedding ceremony at the Little White Wedding Chapel conducted by the Elvis impersonator.

The characters all seem to be having fun in the making of the video, playing up their persona as long and lanky good-old country boys. FGL sings the laid-back verses to “Smooth” in accompaniment to the video.

Florida Georgia Line is currently touring, with several special performances featuring the Backstreet Boys. The two acts will appear together on CMT Crossroads on Aug. 30, performing collaborations of some of their biggest hits. The show will expand upon their surprise hit collaboration "God, Your Mama, and Me."