There’s only one girl for Kane Brown, and that’s his gorgeous fiancée Katelyn Jae. But at a recent concert, the country singer shined the light on a different young lady — one of his littlest fans.
Like the sweet country artist he is, Kane invited the unnamed youngster up to the stage to share a dance with him during his sold-out show at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, on Nov. 18.
Nope, the two didn’t share a slow dance. Instead, they boogied it out with some fancy footwork to Kane’s cover of “Closer” by The Chainsmokers. Luckily for us, one of Kane’s super fans caught footage of the adorable moment, and posted it on Twitter.
Kane, re-posted the clip to his own Twitter page, and included the heartfelt caption, “My job [is] to bring light into other people’s lives 🙏.”
In the clip, you’ll notice just how thoughtful the “What Ifs” singer truly is when it comes to his dedicated following. While singing the upbeat pop tune, he keeps an eye on the child, and even reaches for her hand. Then the two show off some impressive fast footing, which proves that Kane is not only a talented singer, but he’s also quite good on his feet.
And while the viral sensation has a way of keeping us engaged no matter what song he sings — or grooves to — we’ve got to hand it to the little fan. She totally stole the moment, and we’re pretty sure she’ll never forget it, either!
If you haven’t yet had a chance to see Kane’s interaction with the fans up-close and personal this year, he is on the road touring for half of this month. He will wrap up his end-of-year shows on Dec. 16. Then, in January, he’ll hit the road for Chris Young’s “Losing Sleep Tour” before tying the knot with Katelyn in the fall. So, there are plenty of big moments to be had for Kane when the new year rolls around.
But before all that, he will close out the year with a rocking performance at this year’s Rare Country Awards! He is also nominated for two awards, including Duet of the Year and Male Artist of the Year. It’s up to you to decide the winners, so vote now through Dec. 13 at RareCountryAwards.com. Winners will be revealed during the livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.