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Brad Paisley Crashes Zoom Calls, Jams With Celebrity Friends in ‘No I in Beer’ Video

The global pandemic has prevented buddies from gathering at the local bar and sharing a round of beers, but that’s not stopping Brad Paisley from finding time to (virtually) drink with friends.

In his new “No I in Beer” video, the country superstar is seen crashing a number of Zoom calls from birthday parties, cancer free celebrations, happy hours, nurse meetings and more. The tune then delves into video submissions from more than 225 fans singing and performing the song safely from home.

You may even recognize a few faces, as the clip features cameos from Jimmie Allen, Kelsea Ballerini, Lindsay Ell, Clayton Kershaw, Peyton Manning, Tim McGraw, Darius Rucker, Carrie Underwood, Fred Armisen and more.

“‘Cause we’re all in this together / That’s why God put us here / Drinkin’ oughta be a team effort / There is no ‘I’ in beer,” they sing in the chorus, creating a sense of much-needed togetherness amid these difficult times.

Watch the video below.

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