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Music video[ edit ] The music video directed by Mark Fenske and produced by Carolyn Beug reflected on events that were occurring at the time, both within the band and social issues in the world around them.
Hagar was initially opposed to the video's concept when it was first explained to him. He stated: "People ain't even going to be listening to what I'm saying because they'll be reading these subtitles" one of the messages in the video even brings this up: "Right now maybe we should pay attention to the lyrics".
Despite Warner chairman Mo Ostin phoning him stating that it would be the biggest music video in the group's career, he was still so angry that he disappeared to South Carolina for a week with his then-girlfriend. Fenske says he did not notice, but allows that he was nervous and busy since it was the first video he had directed and he had many other things to pay attention to.
According to Hagar, the scene where he stands away from the microphone and refuses to sing, and the end of the video where he slams the dressing room door were not staged - he was genuinely angry. He brought her to the Video Music Awards as his date. Despite the accolades, Hagar allegedly expressed disappointment with the result, stating "I don't think it's enough about the band.
He went on to laud Fenske for his work. On August 29, during a campaign rally in Ohio, after Senator John McCain 's announcement of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate and her remarks, this song was played over the sound system. Bush in his re-election campaign,  during the reunion tour, the band projected the "Right Now" music video, with a few extra modern scenes, on a large screen behind them while they performed the song.