On Sunday night, country singer Maren Morris and her songwriter husband Ryan Hurd posed for a hilarious holiday photo while lying down on a bowling lane.
Morris shared a photo of the couple in the middle of a bowling lane. Each is laid out in the lane holding a drink and sticking one leg straight up in the air. The couple used the backdrop of Brooklyn Bowl’s newest location in Nashville, TN for their photo op. After presumably bowling a round or two, the country music pair chose to take a synchronized Christmas picture.
Morris, or a friend, edited the photo with some festive decorations bordering the picture. Additionally, they added “Murdy Christmas” as a play on the couple’s combined last names and the classic “Merry Christmas” greeting.
“Murdy Christmas, y’all. 🎄,” Morris captioned the amusing holiday Instagram post.
Morris Reveals Which Musician She Listened to the Most in 2020
The country star couple has had an eventful Sunday. They posted pictures on social media of them attending the Tennessee Titans football game against the Cleveland Browns. Unfortunately for the couple who are huge Titans fans, they had to sit through a rough 41-35 loss.
Later on, the couple went bowling as mentioned before. Yet, in between all the fun, Morris shared what artist she listened to the most this year. Like many, the singer posted a photo from music streaming service Spotify’s “Your 2020 Wrapped.” The Spotify slideshow collects listener’s personal top songs, albums, and artists so fans can reflect on what they listened to in 2020.
Many likely thought that another country star would top Morris’ 2020 Spotify list. Yet, they’d be incorrect in their assumptions. She shared a photo to her Instagram Story that proved that neo-soul R&B artist D’Angelo was Morris’ top artist this year.
In fact, the country star ranked in the top 7% of all of D’Angelo’s listeners in 2020. Morris also added a caption to her post that read “what can I say?” D’Angelo went on a 14-year hiatus between albums before returning in 2014 with his critically acclaimed album “Black Messiah.”