Luke Bryan Jokingly Scares His Wife during Her Bike Ride
Following the mandatory stay-at-home order, Luke Bryan decided to brighten up his family's mood. He pulled one of the best pranks on his wife, Caroline Boyer, while on quarantine.
Bryan posted on Instagram a video clip where he drove behind her wife, who was peacefully enjoying a bike ride. The country music singer honked his horn, leading to her wife falling over, but safely.
"Lina gets hit with the train horn," he wrote on his post. It garnered more than a million views, with his fans amused by the hilarious video.
Luke Bryan at "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on February 12, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
Bryan and Boyer are known for pulling pranks on each other. They have shared their pranks on their social media accounts, as reported by 8 News Now.
Their children are not spared from the couple's prank plans and ideas. They also pull pranks on the country music superstar and Boyer.
Their hilarious pranks show that Bryan's family is a comedic pack. Aside from pranking each other, Bryan also often makes fun of himself.
MISTAKEN FOR BLAKE
Bryan enjoys posting funny yet memorable experiences. Recently, he uploaded a screenshot of himself on the news broadcast, mistaken as Blake Shelton, as reported by Country Living.
Both country music singers, Bryan is used to being mistaken for the "The Voice" judge. Several fans commented on Bryan's post, with Shelton himself chiming in. The latter wrote that he adored his "spray tan."
Bryan is part of the "ACM Presents: Our Country," a series of performances recorded from their homes.
Bryan was included on the news broadcast for a recap of his performance for ACM 'Our Country' Special. The 43-year old musician joked:
"I gotta work harder."
Bryan is part of the "ACM Presents: Our Country," a series of performances recorded from their homes. This year's Academy of Country Music Awards show was postponed due to the global COVID-19 outbreak, as reported by ET Online.
Shelton and Gwen Stefani, as well as Shania Twain, are included in the home performances.The initiative was in line with the country's social distancing practices.
The recorded performances were also a tribute to legendary singer Kenny Rogers who died last March 20. As a sign of respect, Bryan performed Roger's 1979 single, "Coward of the County."
Aside from being a famous singer, Bryan, who serves as a judge on the hit singing competition show "American Idol", is a proud father. He is happily married to Lina, with whom he shares sons, Thomas and Taum.