Cole Swindell and Luke Bryan Play Revealing Game of ‘Never Have I Ever’
Cole Swindell and Luke Bryan got up close and personal during a friendly game of “Never Have I Ever” that revealed maybe a little too much about the stars. At the recent Crash My Playa concert vacation, the guys took turns asking each other beach-related questions, which led to some uncomfortable truths.
When asked if he’d ever peed in a pool, Bryan isn’t afraid to admit he has — often. “I’ve peed in the pool. I pee in my hot tub. That’s what chlorine’s for,” he rationalizes.
Swindell nearly ‘fesses up to having to be “rescued” by a lifeguard, but thinks better of telling the story. He does, however, admit to trying a Baywatch-style run on the beach at last year’s Crash My Playa event with Florida Georgia Line, even though it didn’t quite go like he pictured.
“I did a run, but the funny thing is, it takes slow-motion. You can’t just do it without slow motion,” he explains.
“More things jiggle in slow motion,” Bryan adds.
Altogether Swindell got out relatively unscathed compared to Bryan, who also confessed he’d lost his swim trunks once inner-tubing with a church group.
Hosted by Bryan, the 2016 Crash My Playa music festival and vacation was its second annual event, bringing together a host of country artists in addition to Bryan and Swindell, including Dierks Bentley, Sam Hunt, Chris Stapleton and more.
Bryan recently performed at the 2016 Grammy Awards as part of a tribute to Lionel Richie — the first Grammy performance of his career. His Kill the Lights album just went platinum, and he’s getting ready to kick off his 2016 Kill the Lights Tour, which will hit 60 cities around the U.S. He will be joined by Dustin Lynch and Little Big Town as openers.
Swindell is gearing up for the release of his much-anticipated sophomore record, which he recently announced is slated to drop in May. It is titled You Should Be Here, after the lead-off single of the same name about the death of his father. The song, which he co-wrote with Ashley Gorley, has been his fastest-rising single on the charts yet.
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