Later that evening Smith was having regrets about his decision and got on Facebook.The popular social media platform suggested Bartlett as “someone you might know” and Smith saw her picture and messaged her about the music video.In 2009, Smith posted an ad on Craigslist in search of a leading lady for his “Don’t Listen to the Radio” video and Bartlett was one of the women that responded.
In 2009, Smith posted an ad in search of a leading lady for his "Don't Listen to the Radio" video.“No one knew who I was, so we had to go to Craigslist and say, ‘Country singer looking for female girlfriend for music video role'," Smith recalls.
But his self-proclaimed creepiness doesn't stop there.“This is where it gets shady again," he continues.
That's when he logged on to Facebook.“That night, literally, on Facebook I see that little section that says, ‘Someone you may know’ and I see her picture and I was like, ‘That girl.
Whoever that is, that’s who should be in the video.’”He messaged Amber, and luckily, she was in.
She has had encounters with Kip Brennan (2008) and Andy Dick (1997).