Kip Moore admits his stage was once flooded with ladies’ undergarments Getty Images/Christopher Polk
Getty Images/Christopher Polk

Kip Moore is undoubtedly one of the hottest stars in country music with his raspy vocals, sexy charm and amazing arm muscles. So, it comes as no surprise that female fans go wild for him at his shows.

In a recent interview with People magazine, the country singer opened up about a time when women actually tossed their undergarments onto the stage during his concert.

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“I remember playing in Cincinnati one time. [We were] doing ‘Hey Pretty Girl’ — which was kind of an odd thing during that song,” Kip explained. “There was an onslaught of bras that got thrown on the stage, and before we knew it the whole band was entrenched in an entire stage full of them.”

Kip said he found the out-of-control moment quite hysterical, and added that the whole episode started because of two brave fans.

“Once one or two [bras] came up I got to laughing, and it was like the whole entire venue started throwing them,” he said. “We all just had to stop the song. We were all laughing too hard.”

So, what happened to the bras at the end of the night? Kip said he and his band simply left them onstage. “We walked off,” he explained. “I guess the [fans] just went home without them.”

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Like his fans, Kip has his own artists that he adores, and they’re ones who wouldn’t be caught dead taking a selfie. Like his musical heroes, he’s not a fan of them either, particularly bed selfies.

“I’ve taken one selfie in my life and that was with my band and family. That was it,” Kip told People. “But when I think about my heroes from Bruce Springsteen to Bob Seger, I couldn’t imagine them taking selfies in their bed. It would destroy me if I saw that.”

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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