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It's nothing but silence for singer Luke Bryan and fans are sending their best wishes his way.
You know that rush you feel when you're watching a really intense sports game? Well, when your favorite team is battling for the National Championship, you can't help but cheer. Unfortunately, in Luke Bryan's case, he kind of went too hard and lost his voice while cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs during their game against the Alabama Crimson Tide on Monday, January 10. To be fair this was Georgia's first championship win in over 40 years, so as you can imagine, emotions were running high. Until further notice, the "That's My Kind of Night" singer is on vocal rest—doctor's orders!
In true Luke Bryan spirit, he's making the most of his vocal rest before his shows at Crash My Playa in Mexico. Luke and his wife, Caroline took to social media to poke a little fun at Luke's situation.
Caroline posted a fun photo of her quite literally taping up Luke's mouth. She captioned the post with "He’s on vocal rest after his EXCESSIVE screaming at National Championship game …. can’t say I’m too unhappy about it! I plan on talking nonstop and annoying the hell out of him. 😈"
Chase Chrisley from the reality show Chrisley Knows Best even got in on the fun and left this comment that a lot of us can probably relate to: "Send the tape to my mom, i can guarantee you she wants it for my dad."
Of course, the American Idol judge had to hop in on the fun as well. He posted a quick video to Instagram with the caption "I may have lost my voice but never losing these memories. Watch now only on @facebookwatch." In the clip, he also asked fans to "pray for my voice," before signing off with a laugh.
Luke may have lost his voice, but the hustle doesn't stop for the country music star as he promotes his new music video for "Up." In the video, he's in high spirits and asks fans to "pray for his voice" during vocal rest. "Hope your voice gets better soon 🙂 You did an amazing job!", "Hope your voice comes back for Crash My Playa next week!!! We can’t wait to come party with you all for the 5th time in Cancun 😎🔥❤️" and "WOW beautiful song💜 Feel better soon ☮️" were just a few of the sweet messages that fans left for Luke.
While we send Luke wishes to get well soon and wait for his voice to get better, we'll be playing "Up" on repeat!
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