Kylie Morgan Goes Viral In 48 Hours With Unreleased Song, ‘Bridesmaids’

“I finally wrote a proposal song for your bridesmaids!” Morgan shared.


Madeleine O’Connell

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September 1, 2022


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Kylie Morgan Bridesmaids Song; Photos via Instagram

Amidst planning her own wedding, rising star Kylie Morgan wrote a song dedicated to her bridesmaids and fans are begging for its release. 

She shared a preview of the sentimental song on TikTok that has reached nearly five million views in just a few days. 

“I finally wrote a proposal song for your bridesmaids!” she wrote.

While pointing to each of her bridesmaids in the front row, she sang, “She got me through high school / she’d probably post my bail / she’d the one who’d get me drunk, be next to me in jail / she’s my voice of reason / she’s my biggest fan / she’s who told me leave the boy and find yourself a man.”

After seeing the song blow up, Morgan revealed that there will be a part two where she makes sure to highlight the rest of her bridesmaids in the song. 

“I get married Oct 1st & got a lot of requests from Oct brides to put it out before then,” she wrote on the duet TikTok she made reacting to the love she received on her first video. Morgan then announced that the highly-anticipated song will drop on September 16. 

From what she has shared of the song already, the soft, heartwarming vocals pull at your heartstrings and place value on those friends that will always be by your side through life most precious moments like your wedding day.

Morgan was over the moon with excitement to see the song doing so well before it’s officially out and made sure to thank everyone for listening and making this the “fastest song that has ever blown up” for her on the social media platform.

“Over 7,000 of you have created your own videos using the sound. This is unreal you guys, I’m mind blown.” 

The singer said yes to longtime boyfriend, Jay Allen when he proposed on the famous Whiskey Jam stage in 2021. 

“It was such a full-circle moment,” Morgan told PEOPLE “When I first moved to Nashville at 19 years old, I would be at Whiskey Jam every single Monday because it was just always the place to go and network. It was just really cool to go back to where it all began and really close the deal.”

“I knew I wanted to make the proposal a part of the show,” explained Allen. “We both have always had the itch to be in front of people and she specifically has always just loved being in the spotlight. We’ve been to hundreds of Whiskey Jams together, so it just kind of felt right. It felt right in my gut.”

Morgan later shared with Country Now that the wedding planning is going “great” but also proving to be stressful at times. 

“I had a minor panic attack two days ago. It’s fine. I literally was on the phone with my wedding planner and I straight up was ugly crying, because she made me so nervous. We weren’t going to have enough space at this venue blah, blah, blah. All this stuff. And then I was like, what am I doing? I am such a show-up, everything’s going to be fine, kind of person. My favorite is, we’ll figure it out. And then my management’s like, Yeah, but we need to actually do that. It doesn’t just happen. I’m like, It’ll be fine.”

She added, “Jay [Allen], my fiance, is literally the planner to the T, and I’m a, we’ll figure it out, off the whim kind of person. And so after I had that minor panic attack, I was like, what am I doing? This is not going to be the thing in my life that I’m going to treat any different than any other aspect. And so we figured it out; it’s going to be totally fine.”

Although she explained that music was always a priority over getting married, Morgan now gets the best of both worlds. She’s living out her dream of being an artist while also having her husband-to-be by her side. 

“Bridesmaids” will be available on Sept. 16 ahead of the lovebirds’ fall wedding. 

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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.