But Riley recently revealed his next pursuit that’s really going to get the ladies worked up: He’s going to be an underwear model.
The country music superstar made the (surprising?) revelation during a recent interview, where he admitted that the experience was a little uncomfortable, but that he wasn’t just modeling underwear during the photo shoot:
“I wasn’t really in my underwear the whole day, they got t-shirts and socks to make other stuff.”
He also admits that it wasn’t something he planned on doing at 34, but he joked that he’s “for sale” if somebody wants to pay him to model their underwear.
When he’s not taking pictures in his undies, Riley’s also been busy out on tour with Luke Combs.
And his current single is a reimagined version of “Different Round Here,” a track from his 2018 debut album of the same name that Riley recently re-recorded as a duet with Luke.
And doing an underwear ad is definitely different – but I have a feeling Riley’s female fans won’t complain too much.
Luke Combs And Riley Green Team Up For Duet Of “Does To Me”
What a duo.
Luke Combs and Riley Green teamed up for a duet of Luke’s song with Eric Church “Does To Me” during a stop at Charlotte’s Bank of America stadium on Saturday evening.
After several thunderstorms rolled through the area during the afternoon and evening, even damaging opener Lainey Wilson’s equipment leading her to perform a fully-acoustic set and also causing a long delay just minutes after Luke took the stage, it ended up being a great show for the hometown boy, Mr. Combs.
He of course ran through all of his big hits, and brought Riley back out during the concert to fill in for Eric on their aforementioned #1 hit.
The song was co-written by Luke along with Ray Fulcher and Tyler Reeve, and was the third single from Luke’s 2019 album What You See Is What You Get album.
It’s always fun to see some of your favorite artists team up for a performance, and I know they’ve been doing this one quite a bit while on tour together, but seeing Luke perform the song for his hometown crowd was a special moment.
Also, a moment of appreciation for Riley’s shirt which was a very fitting tribute to The Intimidator while in the Carolinas: