WATCH: Kane Brown Brings Wife Katelyn On Stage and Sweetly Serenades Her With ‘Worship You’

Katelyn Brown, Kane Brown; Photos via Twitter
Katelyn Brown, Kane Brown; Photos via Twitter
Katelyn Brown, Kane Brown; Photos via Twitter

Country superstar Kane Brown shared a sweet moment with his wife, Katelyn, on stage over the weekend. 

While performing in Las Vegas ahead of the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards, Kane invited Katelyn to join him on stage as he performed his fan-favorite hit, “Worship You” for a sold-out crowd. 

The parents of two embraced as Kane effortlessly belted out the lyrics to the song. Katelyn swayed back and forth with her arm around Kane as the crowd sang along to the country ballad. 

Before she left the stage, Kane gently kissed her head and said, “Ya’ll, give it up for my beautiful wife one time!” 


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The track is featured on Brown’s EP, Mixtape Vol. 1 and was written by Brown with Matt McGinn, Alexander Izquierdo and Ryan Vojtesak. 

“‘Worship You’ is basically ‘Heaven’ 2.0,” Brown previously explained of the song. “It’s saying that your girl, your wife, is your everything. You know that she don’t walk on water or anything like that, but you basically praise her.”

Kane Brown and Family; Photos via Instagram
Kane Brown and Family; Photos via Instagram

The singer/songwriter went on to share how the song took on new meaning once he became a father.

“Originally, it was thinking about Kate you know, but then I did this video that I put on my Instagram, it was me, Kate and Kingsley and I was singing it to Kingsley,” he shared. “So I was like you know, this song could be about my daughter. It’s basically just worshiping my family now, they’re both my girls and I’d do anything for them.”

Kane Brown recently earned his seventh No.1 at country radio with his hit “One Mississippi.” 

The Platinum-selling star just released a brand new song, “Leave You Alone,” on Friday, March 4. On Monday, he will take the stage at the 57th ACM Awards for the live performance debut of the track. 

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