Chris Stapleton has got himself a funny one.
Back in the 2019… on the Grammy red carpet, Extra host Renee Bargh was fawning over Chris Stapleton’s music, particularly his love songs.
And who could blame her? The man is a certified wordsmith.
So when she asked his wife Morgane about how amazing it is to have a man that could write those kind of “epic love songs,” Morgane quickly replied with a witty, and downright hysterical:
“Yeah, we stay pregnant… so it feels good.”
A surprised Chris laughed his ass off, Morgane laughed as well, I laughed, we all laughed… how do you not love these two?
And of course, the Stapletons do have five children… so… she ain’t lying.
Chris Stapleton To Sing National Anthem At The Super Bowl
Now this will be a National Anthem performance to remember…
Forget the big halftime show, because Chris Stapleton is slated to sing the Star-Spangled Banner at the Super Bowl, live from State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
It was announced that he’ll do the honors at the big game, which airs on FOX on February 12th:
“Watch Chris Stapleton perform the National Anthem at Super Bowl LVII on FOX. 2.12.23, BLVII.”
A great call to put one of country music’s best, if not the best, vocalists on a national stage with millions of viewers to sing the most important song of the evening, and I have no doubts he’ll absolutely crush it:
The pregame lineup also includes Babyface singing “America the Beautiful,” and Sheryl Lee Ralph singing “Life Every Voice and Sing”:
Rihanna is headlining this year’s halftime show, and kickoff for the game is slated for 6:30 p.m. ET (4:30 p.m. local time), airing on FOX.
The Philadelphia Eagles are taking on the Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs, but no matter who is ultimately crowned the next Super Bowl winner, Chris singing the national anthem is a huge win for country music.