Legendary country entertainer Jeannie Seely is bringing booty back, y’all.
Seely, known for her quick wit in addition to her string of hits including “Don’t Touch Me” and “Wish I Didn’t Have To Miss You” (with Jack Greene), recently recorded a dramatic reading of Meghan Trainor‘s mega pop hit “All About That Bass” as part of the Grand Ole Opry’s 2nd Annual Lights, Camera, Actin’ video contest.
Submissions can be made on the contest’s Facebook page.
Seely is the reigning champion of the contest, which is accepting fan videos of their best dramatic (or humorous) reading of a country song. The winner will earn a trip to Nashville.
Kristian Bush, who is climbing the charts with his single “Trailer Hitch,” also entered a reading of Dierks Bentley‘s “Drunk On A Plane.”
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