Jessie James Decker’s Kids Share Hilarious Commentary While Watching Her Perform At The 2023 NFL Pro Bowl

The country star’s kids felt both excitement and a bit of jealousy while watching their mom sing.


Madeleine O’Connell

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February 6, 2023


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Photo Courtesy Jessie James Decker

On Sunday (Feb 5.), Jessie James Decker was invited to sing the National Anthem at the 2023 NFL Pro Bowl in Las Vegas’ at Allegiant Stadium. Since her former NFL player husband, Eric Decker couldn’t be there to support his wife in person, he filmed her performance on the TV screen. In doing so, he also captured some hilarious commentary from their kids in the background. 

Even though the couple’s three kids, Vivianne Rose, Eric “Bubby” Thomas II and Forrest Bradley, weren’t seen on the video, they can still be heard singing along with the country star and narrating what they saw happening on the screen. 

“She looks like she won first place,” one said, referring to the round pedestal she was standing on as she delivered the impressive performance.

While seemingly excited for their mom, they also showed some jealousy that she got to be in the presence of some of their favorite NFL players in the stands and on the field and they were just at home.

“She’s so lucky!” they shouted. 

Jessie James Decker’s husband, Eric Decker, posted the adorable video to Instagram with the caption, “😆We were hyped to watch mommy sing the anthem for the probowl, and the kids were extra hyped to see their favorite players. The commentary was too good not to post. Great job mommy! Crushed it like always 💪🏽👊🏽”

Eric Decker, Jessie James Decker; Photo by Getty Images for CMT

The female songstress also took to social media to show off a few highlights from her trip to Las Vegas. First was a photo of her standing on the field ready for her shining moment in front of the massive crowd and of course, wearing an outfit from her own retail line, Kittenish. The carousel of images also featured a behind-the-scenes moment on set, some stunning views of sin city, her nights out on the town with friends and her book of choice for the plane ride home. 

“’Twas a very quick 48 hour west coast trip…but alotta good times and took care of some bizzzznasss,” she wrote in the post. 

The country star has previously boasted about the amount of support she feels from her family throughout each of her many ventures in life. Last year, during her run on season 31 of Dancing With The Stars! (DWTS), Decker revealed to Fox News Digital how she maintains a strong marriage while also juggling her three kids and her busy work schedule. 

“I’ve been really lucky to be able to bring Eric, bring the kids, whenever it makes sense for our schedules. And so we’re rarely apart that long,” Decker said. “We’ve got a day rule where three days is like the absolute limit. Even though a couple of weeks ago, during the second week, it was a little bit longer. And I definitely struggled with that.”

The lovebirds tied the knot in 2013 when Eric was still playing for the Denver Broncos. Since then, they have been raising their three kids together in Tennessee.

“We’re fortunate,” she added. “We get to really be together and, you know, music is family, and I’ve just been really blessed with that. As soon as Eric retired, I was able to start working, and it was his turn to be a support system for me. So, we’ve been really blessed with that.”

Jessie James Decker recently wrapped up her time on the road in support of Kane Brown’s Drunk or Dreaming International Tour, and celebrated the success of her duet with Billy Currington. According to Decker’s social media post, the Country Now award-winning song, “I Still Love You” has amassed over 10 million streams to date. 

“Thank y’all for loving our song so much,” she wrote. 

Jessie James Decker has yet to announce any upcoming touring plans for 2023.

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.