American Idol Fans Appalled By Luke Bryan’s ‘Naughty’ Instagram Video With His Wife


Another day, another hilarious antics of american idol judge Luke Bryan. It’s never a dull moment when the country singer takes to social media. But his love of comedic stunts can sometimes have fans questioning him — and in this case, his dance moves.

In early June, Luke’s wife Caroline Boyer posted a video showing the couple dancing in the park with their dog. Dressed in casual shirts and shorts, the two appeared to be enjoying the summer weather without their children as they both began dancing to the tune of Deniece Williams’ song, “Let’s Hear It For the Boy.” Although Caroline was enjoying the rhythm with a few dance moves, it looks like Luke might be a little too excited.

“They gave us an hour alone without kids and I had to stop the video because Luke got mean,” she jokingly wrote of the video on instagram.

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Without skipping a beat, american idol fans wasted no time in voicing their opinions on Luke’s dance moves. Apparently, people weren’t too upset to see the country superstar about to probably thrust some hips into her in excitement.

“Lol this is what you suppose to do you two have fun ❤️🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥👏👏👏👏👏👏👏,” one person wrote in the comments section. “Mine get naughty too 🤣😂🤣😂 boys gone about 1/2 minute,” another added. “Omggg y’all are hilarious 😂,” another fan said.

As people probably know, this isn’t the first time the duo have been seen doing it for the cameras. In fact, Caroline even raised her eyebrows after sharing a photo with her mother-in-law LeClaire bryan holding a red thong later that month.

Who knows, maybe next time Caroline won’t stop the video and the fans will definitely be screaming with laughter. Maybe they’ll even dance to a brand new Luke Bryan song next.

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