Rascal Flatts and Natasha Bedingfield Sing Heartbreak to Each Other in “Easy” Video
Posted by Videoson 07/12/2011 at 9:00 AM
Add Natasha Bedingfield to the growing list of totally-not-country people jumping on the Nashville bandwagon. “I am so amazed at how country musicians value real music,” says the starstruck Bedingfield of Rascal Flatts. “It has been awesome to work with them.” The fruits of their collaboration: “Easy,” not a cover of the Commodores classic, but a rumination on how easy it is to act like you’re doing fine after you break up with the one you love. (Hint: Not very.) In the song’s new video, Bedingfield and Flatts singer Gary LeVox meet at some sort of gala, sing desperately at one another, and then part when the clock strikes 12:00 and Bedingfield has to leave before she turns into a pumpkin or something. (Seriously, she even leaves a glass slipper behind. We don’t get it either.)
Check it out below, and cower in fear at the though of Natasha’s brother Daniel being the next to show up unannounced and uninvited at country music’s doorstep:
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