When Brantley Gilbert is not grinding in the studio or penning his next chart-topping hit, he does whatever it takes to make his wife Amber happy.
The “Bottoms Up” singer took to Instagram to share a video of himself driving his wife to a mysterious date day location. At the beginning of the social media clip, his wife begs him to share the surprise location. “Where are we going?” Amber says twice with a big smile on her face.
However, Gilbert kept his eager wife on her toes, as he would not spill the secret spot. A few moments later, the video cuts to the tough-guy country star with his feet up getting a pedicure.
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“Happy wife,” says Gilbert as he practices self-care with his jolly wife sitting beside him at a nail salon. With a shameful smirk, the artist looked directly into the camera and said, “pray for me, boys.”
It didn’t take long until fans flooded the comments with hilarious support. “Taking one for the team,” says an Instagram user. In fact, one of his followers called him out for ‘secretly’ enjoying the spa day. “He likes it. He just doesn’t want to admit it😏”
A few of his artist friends chimed in, too.
“Just gonna throw it out there and if it gets my man card revoked so be it: a pedicure ain’t half bad,” wrote Travis Denning.
“If I do say so myself #bgnation, the video of the #worstcountrysong may just be the best music video of all time…or maybe just the funniest…hope it gives y’all a reason to laugh today,” says the hitmaker on social media.
Within 24 hours, the highly-anticipated video raked in four million views on YouTube. Throughout the 3-minute tape, the musicians showcase their love for America, their comedic side, and what it was like recording together in the studio.
Gilbert is currently performing live on The Worst Country Tour of All Time with Jackson Michelson, Jackson Dean, Michael Ray, Mitchell Tenpenny, Morgan Evans, Niko Moon, Sean Stemaly, Sixforty1, and Tyler Braden.
The award-winning artist will close out his tour on December 17, 2021, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Tickets are still available for purchase at branteygilbert.com/tour.