Luke Bryan gave quite a show during a recent stop on his just-wrapped “Huntin’ Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour.” In this clip from Oct. 25, Luke is having a big time onstage singing his debut hit, “All My Friends Say.” The crowd is really into it, but the fans in the front row are all pointing at him with their eyes getting really big. Eventually, Luke realizes he’s onstage with his fly open.
During Luke’s recent appearance on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Jimmy surprised Luke by showing that fan video capturing the moment he realized he was onstage with his pants unzipped. Since there’s not much that can faze Luke, you see him in the video just zip his pants up and tell the crowd, “My fly was down!” He then hands a cold beer to the fan who alerted him to the problem.
After the clip was shown on “The Tonight Show,” Luke explained how it all went down from his perspective.
He said, “I’m doing the shake, and the fly is spreading out.”
Luke has gone through a lot onstage, but this was a first for him.
“I’ve fallen off stages, forgot words, said the wrong city, but [this was] my first time — fly down,” he said.
It turns out that wardrobe malfunction was actually the second clothing mishap Luke had during the same show. Earlier that night, Luke explained, “I looked down and the jacket I had one was taking all the paint off my guitar. I’m like, ‘Oh my gah, my jacket is destroying my guitar. So, I ran off and did a wardrobe change. Through that, I forgot one small — well, not small — detail.”
The audience cracked up when Luke said that. Jimmy then called it a “larger than average detail,” to which Luke responded, ‘Oh, you Googled it, too?”
With that, Jimmy and Luke toasted the release of Luke’s new album, “What Makes You Country,” with two cans of Bud Lite and a pair of chili dogs, the latter a Christmas Eve tradition in Luke’s family.
“What Makes You Country” is now available everywhere featuring Luke’s latest hit, “Light It Up.”
Luke is nominated for Male Artist, Tour and Fan Moment of the Year in the Rare Country Awards, and it’s up to you to decide the winners. Vote now through Dec. 13 at RareCountryAwards.com. Winners will be revealed during a livestreamed concert event on Dec. 14 in Nashville.