Another day, another hilarious antic from American Idol judge Luke Bryan. It’s never a dull moment when the country singer gets on social media. But his love of comical stunts can sometimes cause fans to question him — and in this case, his dance moves.
In early June, Luke’s wife Caroline Boyer posted a video featuring the couple dancing in the park with their dog. Dressed in casual shirts and shorts, the two seemed to be taking advantage of the summertime weather without their children in tow, because they both began dancing to the tune of Deniece Williams’ song, “Let’s Hear It For the Boy.” Though Caroline was enjoying the beat with a few dance moves, it appears that Luke might have gotten a little too excited.
“They gave us one hour alone with no kids and I had to stop the video because Luke got naughty,” she jokingly wrote about the video on Instagram.
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Without skipping a beat, American Idol fans wasted no time voicing their opinions about Luke’s dance moves. By the sounds of it, folks weren’t too upset seeing the country superstar getting ready to probably thrust him hips in excitement.
“Lol that’s what you suppose to do you two have fun ❤️🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥👏👏👏👏👏👏👏,” one person wrote in the comments section. “Mine gets naughty too 🤣😂🤣😂 boys gone about 1/2 minute,” another added. “Omggg Y’all are Hilarious 😂,” a different fan said.
As folks are probably aware, this isn’t the first time the duo have been seen hamming it up for the cameras. In fact, Caroline even raised some eyebrows after sharing a photo with her mother-in-law LeClaire Bryan holding up a red thong later that month.
Who knows, maybe next time Caroline won’t stop the video and then fans will definitely be howling with laughter. Perhaps, they’ll even dance to a brand new Luke Bryan song next.
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