Video: Luke Bryan’s and Jason Derulo Duet ‘Want You to Want Me’ Karaoke App
If you weren’t a huge fan of Luke Bryan’s before he posted the video of him singing with Jason Derulo – after watching the video, you will definitely will be.
Bryan took to Instagram to release the video of him and Jason Derulo singing karaoke to the song ‘Want You to Want Me.’ Luke wrote along with the video,
“How could I not, this was too much fun,” he wrote. “@jasonderulo , you’re a sanging fool. Oh yeahh.”
Derulo responded with:
“This is why you’re 1 of my fav ppl on the planet! Talented af & know how 2 have a good time! Falsetto on point bruh.”
One thing is for sure – Luke Bryan really did rock it out and had a great time!
Bryan was busy yesterday, also appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon where he spoke about
how “Strip It Down” happened after hearing his collaborator playing the piano. He also played Catchphrase with Jimmy against Chris Meloni. Chris bombed when Jimmy tried to describe the clue Coney Island. Since Luke isn’t from New York he had no clue as to what Jimmy was describing. Luke and Jimmy ended up losing the game but it was definitely entertaining to watch.
Bryan recently spoke to Entertainment Tonight about his good friend Blake Shelton’s divorce from his wife, Miranda Lambert. He said, “A divorce out of the public eye is a tremendous thing to have to deal with, so when they’re in the public eye, you just hope they’re doing good and you hope they’re happy at the end of the day.”
Luke Bryan also spoke about losing his sister and brother in law saying, “In my life, I’ve dealt with a lot of permanent loss where you know you can’t get people back, and I just always pray — certainly in Blake and Miranda’s case — that they’ll be happy, you know, however, whatever shakes out, and anybody going through that,”
Since the loss of his sister in 2007 and his brother in law, who passed away suddenly in November, the singer and his wife have taken in the couple’s three children. Bryan also lost his brother in a car accident when he was only 19. Bryan has had more than his share of permanent loss – more than anyone should have to.