Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood have worked together on many different projects including co-hosting The CMA Awards for five years in a row. The two of them even won the ACA trophy for Single of the Year: Vocal Collaboration for the song, "Remind Me," on Monday night's show. But even though they work well together, Brad makes sure that he teases Carrie as if she were his little sister. Paisley released the video for his current single, "Southern Comfort Zone," on Monday and after the video wrapped up, he answered some of his fan's questions on a live chat. The video was filmed in eight different countries and features him playing guitar next to a Maasai giraffe. When Brad was asked about how it was working with the animal, he couldn't pass up the opportunity to take a shot at Underwood. Paisley said, "That giraffe was very professional. His name, I think, was Congo. He was way better than working with Carrie Underwood. I'll tell you that. He didn't ever sort of talk back. He didn't ever sort of make a fool of me. Even if he had kicked me, it would be still better than working with Carrie Underwood."