Sugarland’s ’60s-Set ‘Babe’ Video Will Feature Taylor Swift [VIDEO]

Sugarland released a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming video for ‘Babe,’ the song that was co-written by, and features, Taylor Swift.

By Admin on August 16, 2018
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Sugarland released a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming video for “Babe.”

Fans of Mad Men might notice the set, as the music video was filmed in the same location. It also takes place in the same era, the ’60s. That being said, of course, the outfits are super on-point!

“This was a fun concept for Jennifer [Nettles] and I to work with, since it was all set in the ’60s,” Kristian Bush says in the video.

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As PopCulture notes, Brandon Routh, best known for his roles in Superman Returns and Arrow, is also featured. “The concept is a married couple, who we think is the perfect married couple, and then we find out that the husband is a cheating cat, and that’s me,” the actor explains. “I’m used to playing good guys, but I get to play a bad guy.”

Though she’s not seen in this sneak peek, it looks as though Taylor Swift will also be in the video. She’s featured in ’60s garb alongside Bush and Nettles in the still promo portrait. Swift co-wrote the song with Pat Monahan, and is featured in the track.

Watch the video below.