Luke Bryan has one proud mama!
The country superstar’s mother LeClaire is proud of all of her son’s endeavors, including his underwear ad. Luke Bryan famously was featured in Jockey’s SuperBowl ad campaign.
LeClaire posed in front of a Jockey storefront that featured her son posing to promote their t-shirts. She held up a peace sign while the sign said, “made in America.”
Luke Bryan’s mother previously supported his beer endeavor, Two Lane Beers.
“I can honestly say that I mean I come from a long line of beer drinkers and this one, it’s a great one, and when I give it to some of my buddies and my buddies back home, it passes with flying colors,” Bryan told Entertainment Tonight.
However, the biggest critic was his mother. But she gave her seal of approval.
“My mother is a top notch world class beer expert… [and] I’m glad she likes it. Mama has approved the beer,” he sad.
Defending His Commercial
Luke Bryan dealt with being the but of jokes for choosing to be featured in an underwear ad. Buddy Blake Shelton even poked fun at him. But he enjoyed the process, especially with his wife Caroline alongside him. Although he promoted the underwear, he wasn’t ready to go naked. That didn’t stop some trolls.
“I’ll tell you what, I mean. First of all, you are going to wear underwear. Right? Unless…well, there’s some people out there doing some hefty freeballing,” he joked. “But, no, the Jockey partnership, when I learned about the company and the values of the company. I mean, it’s a 144-year-old company, and it just felt right.”
Luke Bryan’s Mother’s Famous Cameo
LeClaire was arguably the star of Luke Bryan’s “One Margarita” music video. Bryan revealed on the Late Night with Seth Meyers how she handled filming. She was even pictured having fun on the shoulders of a fan. But before the shoot, she was ready to back down.
“My mom calls me that morning and she’s like, ‘Oh, I’m under the weather. I’m tired. I don’t want to come down here and do the video,’” Bryan recalled to the late night host.
“She shows up and when the lights, camera, action — when the cameras roll — she’s dancing on barstools, table tops, getting on people’s shoulders,” he added. “She knows how to turn on the charm.”