Courtney Stodden's music video man revealed
The slot for Courtney Stodden's music video hunk has been filled! The "Reality" singer reveals that she threw out her hopes for a "Chris Hemsworth-type" man in favor of someone she considers to have great character.
Courtney Stodden is making a production of her upcoming music video. Milking the announcement of who her male co-star will be for all it's worth, the wife of Doug Hutchison broke the "big" news to Celebuzz on Thursday.
Although Courtney Stodden had previously stated she was on the hunt for a "Chris Hemsworth-type" hunk for her "Reality" music video, she apparently had a last-minute change of heart.
Dragging out the drumroll to the big announcement, the 18-year-old explained, "Well, going into this, I wanted a Chris Hemsworth-type, but coming out of it, I realized I'm a sucker for character, and I picked a guy who had a lot of character and felt could do the job."
All of that character goes by the name Nick Uzarski! Ta-da!
"Who?" you're wondering, we're sure.
Well, it turns out Nick Uzarski is a 6-foot-1-inch actor with shaggy brown hair and brown eyes. He's worked in a trio of films thus far, including The Barracks, Color of Honor, and the upcoming The Aztec Box.
During the audition process for Courtney Stodden's video, he admitted, "complete panic ran over me," when he first set eyes on the teen bride in the flesh.
"I am so excited to be working with Courtney on this project, and I can't wait to shoot the video with her," Uzarski went on to tell E! News. "I'd never stripped down in an audition before, but it was interesting."
Keeping it classy as always, Courtney Stodden added of how Nick Uzarski won the role, "Any man who wears Christmas panties and matching Christmas socks steals my heart."
Check out Nick Uzarski here, in a commercial redo shared on Youtube: