Luke Bryan: Fan Alerts Him His Fly Is Down
Luke Bryan was playing a show in Florida over the weekend, and he was strutting his stuff, doing his usual dancing and shaking on stage as he sang his big hit “That’s My Kind Of Night” when he abruptly stopped in the middle of the song. Why did he stop? A fan in the front row got his attention, telling him his zipper was down.
Luke stopped the song and shouted, “Hold on! S— Stop! My f—— zipper has been down the whole time.” He thanked the fan who told him about the embarrassing moment and reached down to touch her hand. Then he quipped to the rest of the packed Orlando crowd, “Why didn’t none of you a-holes tell me?” Then he signaled the band and said, “As we were,” as the music and song started up again. Watch that (NSFW) TikTok video here.
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Bryan announced that his January 17-20, 2024 “Crash My Playa” festival in Mexico will include sets from Jon Pardi, Bailey Zimmerman, Dustin Lynch, and, for the first time, Jelly Roll.
Luke recently told us his thoughts on Jelly Roll. He said, “Jelly Roll and I have been at some events together. We hung out at a backstage festival a month and a half ago briefly. I think what Jelly Roll embodies and represents is something really, really special. When I’m around him, the way he holds himself. You are just drawn to him. He’s such a star in that role.”
Bryan added, “Every time I’m around the guy, he’s just so intriguing and interesting. I think his form of country music speaks to a potentially forgotten box of people in country music, and he’s able to really speak to that crowd. That’s what makes him special.”
Luke recalled what Jelly said when he was asked to do the festival, “When we were calling him to come to do ‘Playa,’ I was like, ‘God, I hope he says yes.’ I think any festival that I’m a part of, that I put my name on, is all about bringing somebody like Jelly Roll in. He called me up, he’s like, ‘Dude, I haven’t been out of the country. This will be the first time I’ve ever toured my music out of the country.’ Which is really fun.”