Luke Bryan’s Advice To Engaged Couple: “Keep The Fights Clean & The Sex Dirty”

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Luke Bryan… country music superstar, American Idol judge, hard seltzer mogul… marriage counselor?

If you listen to a few Luke Bryan songs, you’d probably think that the key to a good marriage is to get in your truck, go down to the river in the with a cold six pack and dance in the headlights… maybe have a margarita or something, I don’t know, whatever Luke is singing about these days.

But, that’s not the case…

At a show a few years back in Jacksonville, Florida, a newly engaged couple caught the attention of Luke, who witnessed their mid-song proposal.

After he finished his song, he took the time to congratulate them, and then offer up a little friendly marital advice:

“Congratulations… I didn’t know what the hell y’all were doin’ up there but I think y’all got engaged so congratulations.

You want my marital advice?”

And Luke him with a little bit of wisdom after being married to his wife, Caroline, for 16 years:

“Keep the fights clean and the sex dirty.”

Like his music or not…

It’s hard to argue with that one.

Luke Bryan Is Selling His Florida Beach House For A Whopping $18 MILLION

Yep, that’s a lot of money right there.

If you happened to listen to Luke Bryan’s early music, then you know the guy had quite the obsession with the beach and spring break.

Hell, he dropped a whole album back in 2013 called Spring Break…Here To Party. Yeah, that was the beginning of the end for me, until he dropped his 2020 Born Here Live Here Die Here album, which actually has a few solid country songs on the project.

Nevertheless, Bryan is a big beach guy, and loves it so much that he owned a home in Santa Rosa, Florida.

With that being said, he and his wife, Caroline, appear to be ready to call it quits with the home, as they just put the house on the market for…

A whopping $18 million.

Yes, you read that correctly, $18 MILLION.

American Idol is paying GOOD.

According to Zillow, the property features 95ft of Gulf frontage, a custom gulf front pool, large southern styled porches overlooking the Gul, an open foyer that looks out over the pool and on to the Gulf, heart pine floors, Pennsylvania Dutch barn beams, and more.

The kitchen is designed with ultra high-end Viking appliances and custom milled cabinetry, along with a wet bar and “Sonic” ice maker. The second floor also offers a secondary Master suite with private balcony, while the third floor offers an additional guest suite, Gulf views, and a private balcony.

The master bathroom features Alabama white marble floors, an oversized walk-in shower, separate soaking tub overlooking the Gulf.

In total, the 4,600-square-foot beach house itself is a beautiful four bedroom, four bath home with a private heated pool and beach access. There’s also an elevator in the home as well.

So, if you just so happen to have about $20 mil laying around, you could be the owner of Bryan’s old home.

I mean, look at this place:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock