Octomom Plays ‘Redneck Bride’ in Country Music Video

Did Octomom finally find a father figure for her 14 kids?

Nadya Suleman plays the "redneck bride" of parody country singer Cledus T. Judd in a new music video for his song, "Honeymoon,' a spoof of Little Big Town's "Pontoon."

In a photo released from the Tennessee shoot, Octomom, with Judd and comedian Two Foot Fred, is dressed in a tacky wedding gown with puffy sleeves … over a long-sleeved camouflage T-shirt, hence the "redneck" reference.

"I didn't know what to expect when she signed on, but she was awesome," says Judd. "Some paparazzi asked me if we were romantically linked. I politely told the guy, 'I can hardly pay my child support on the one I got, much less 14 other little ones!' I think that shut him up."

Octomom, 37, filmed the video last fall during a break from her 30-day stint in rehab for her Xanax dependency. At the time, Radar Online reported that she was "extremely annoying" to everyone on the set and "her crazy laugh scared all the geese off."

The site also claims that the single mom – who is being investigated in California for welfare fraud – was paid $1500 to appear in Judd’s video and her airfare and accommodations were also paid for.

The video for "Honeymoon," which was produced and directed by Broadway star Laura Bell Bundy, will debut Monday on CMT.

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