Looks like things are about to get ugly, or at least smelly.
It all started a few weeks back, when Dierks Bentley decided to unwillingly take his new “2015 Sounds of Summer” tour mates Kip Moore, Maddie & Tae and Canaan Smith out for a freezing pontoon ride on Nashville’s Percy Priest Lake, in which all of them ended up taking a plunge into the icy waters.
Moore is not especially fond of icy waters, so it was time for a payback.
“I’m a pansy when it comes to cold weather and I hated every last minute of that shit,” he said emphatically.
So Moore did what any other budding country music star would do to their summertime boss, and secretly filled Bentley’s beloved “Big White” truck with packing peanuts, hay and a pooping goat.
“You are really setting yourself up for the next four months,” Bentley warned Moore. “Imagine your favorite surfboard and all the terrible things I could do.”
But until then, Bentley has other things on his mind, as he prepares to attend the 57th Annual Grammy Awards airing Feb. 8 on CBS, where he received his 12th nomination with Country Album of the Year for his critically acclaimed “Riser.”