The video opens with the trio walking into a courthouse while dressed in flashy sequin-encrusted outfits. Lambert lays a hand on the Bible, sporting a cheeky smile. “It takes a judge to get married, takes a judge to get divorced/Well the last couple years, spent a lotta time in court/Got my name changed back,” she sings. The other two-thirds of the group back her up with “yeahs.” After the proceedings, the sheriff opens champagne, the girls blow into party horns and the entire courtroom celebrates together.
The following clip shows the country super group at the DMV, filling out clipboards of driver’s license paperwork. Monroe glamorously poses for her picture and parties as confetti is blown into the shot.
The final sassy scene stars Presley with her fellow women at a bank, withdrawing wads of cash. The staff greets her with flowers, cake and balloons spelling out “Congrats.”
The pop country song is the first single to be released off the upcoming Interstate Gospel album, which drops Friday (Nov. 2).
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