Luke Bryan Does a Birthday Dance and His Youngest Son Is NOT Impressed
Luke Bryan may be another year older, but he’s still got some killer moves! The superstar showed off his dance…
Luke Bryan may be another year older, but he’s still got some killer moves!
The superstar showed off his dance moves in a video shared to his wife Caroline’s Instagram feed in honor of Luke’s 44th birthday. In the clip, the four-time Entertainer of the Year is seen breaking it down on what appears to be a tour bus as his sons, Thomas Boyer “Bo” and Tatum Christopher “Tate” watch on.
Tate, 9, looks particularly unimpressed by his father’s dancing. Caroline even calls him out in the clip as he sits there with a blank stare on his face.
Caroline’s post also includes a few family photos and a sweet message to her husband.
“Happy birthday Love Bug,” she wrote. “We won’t have plumbing or AC for the next few days, but we have you and toilet paper. We love you so much!”
Bryan and his family went camping to celebrate his big day, but it appears Caroline isn’t quite sure where they are at.
“We don’t know what state we’re in,” she said in her Instagram stories. “Luke took us to a camp that has no water, no toilets, no air conditioning. Happy birthday, Luke. Damnit!”
Click above and scroll over to the third slide to watch the hilarious clip.
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