Luke Combs and Nicole Hocking Ask Fans To Help Settle Household Debate
Luke Combs and Nicole Hocking are asking their fans to help them settle a common household debate and they took…
Luke Combs, Nicole Hocking; Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for CMA
Luke Combs and Nicole Hocking are asking their fans to help them settle a common household debate and they took to Instagram stories to ask fans to weigh in.
The superstar and his wife of four months are having a friendly competition over how to pronounce the word syrup.
“Alright folks, me and Nicole have a debate going: is it ‘sir’-up or ‘sear’-up?,” he asks in his latest Instagram story.
Combs added an official poll to the clip, giving fans the opportunity to vote for the correct pronunciation.
“It’s ‘sir’-up for sure,” he adds, while Nicole can be heard in the background saying, “It’s ‘sear’-up!”
Combs’ official poll currently sits at 71% for “sir”-up and 29% for “sear”-up.
Luke Combs recently shared a brand new, unreleased song called “Ever Mine.” The CMA Male Vocalist of the Year winner co-wrote the song alongside Charlie Worsham and Hailey Whitters.
His latest single, “Better Together,” is climbing the charts at country radio now.
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