WATCH: Jessie James Decker and Family Join Forces On ‘Should Have Known Better’ TikTok Dance

Jessie James Decker and Family
Jessie James Decker and Family; Photos via Instagram
Jessie James Decker and Family

Singer/songwriter/personality Jessie James Decker recruited her family to join her in dancing to her latest single, “Should Have Known Better,” and the adorable clip will have fans smiling from ear to ear. 

In the video, Decker is joined by her husband, former NFL pro Eric Decker, as well as her three children, Vivianne, 7, Eric, 6, and Forrest, 3, as they showcase the “Should Have Known Better” TikTok dance in their driveway. 

The clip opens with their youngest son smiling into the camera before he makes his way to join the family in a sea of bubbles to dance to the confident new song. 

“Should Have Known Better” Decker family style 😂,” Decker captioned the post. “Messy and silly and the best we could do outta 5 tries. Forrest had one job according to Vivi, keep the bubbles flowin.” 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Decker’s eldest child, Vivianne, choreographed the dance, dubbed the Should Have Known Better Challenge, for TikTok. Viv’s dance video made its debut in late August and she even sported an outfit similar to her mother’s from the official “Should Have Known Better” music video for the clip. 

“She wanted to dress up just like her mommy’s video,” Decker explained. 

The songstress challenged fans on TikTok to share a video of the dance for a chance to win front row tickets and meet and greet passes to one of her upcoming concerts. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Should Have Known Better” is a feisty breakup anthem that finds Decker feeling more self-assured than ever before as she bids farewell to an ex.

“Should have known better than to break my heart/ Oh, ain’t it funny/ No, I never looked better and it’s all your fault/ Oh, sorry, honey/ But it’s over, yeah, I moved on, hallelujah, hallelujah/ Should have known better than to break my heart,” sings sings on the pop/country infused chorus.  

This is the first taste of new music from the Big Yellow Dog / Atlantic Records / Warner Music Nashville recording artist. Additional releases and tour dates are expected to be announced soon. 

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