On Monday (Feb.7), the country superstar made a special appearance on Good Morning America to discuss his latest single “Up,” the upcoming season of American Idol and his highly-anticipated, first-ever Las Vegas Residency, which kicks off in just a few days on February 11 at Resorts World Theatre.
When Good Morning America host, George Stephanopoulos, asked about his “very special VIP guest,” Bryan said, “Oh yeah, my Mother, she’s already punched her ticket.”
Bryan also joked that his mom, LeClaire, will be out spending lots of money during her time in Sin City at some of the local stores on the Las Vegas Strip.
“So, what’s the big shopping center out here? [The Shops At Crystals] and all that. Yeah, my credit card will be in flames come Friday,” Bryan continued.
Fans can watch the full interview with Good Morning America below.
Earlier this month during an episode of CMT’s Hot 20 Countdown with Cody Alan, the country hitmaker first revealed the news that his mother, LeClaire, would be attending his Sin City residency.
“You better believe Momma’s coming to Vegas!” Luke captioned the video clip on Twitter.
During the interview with Alan, Bryan shared that his mom is already ready for Vegas. He also joked that he is going to have to pay some costly fees for her smoking in her hotel room and that she might even order up some room service during her visit at Resorts World.
“She’s already punched her ticket. She’ll be in Vegas,” the “Up” singer told Alan, before adding, “She’ll probably get fried catfish to the room. She’ll be smoking cigarettes in the room, so I’ll have to pay the no smoking charges. She’s coming to Vegas with bells on, she’s ready to rock!”
— Luke Bryan (@lukebryan) February 5, 2022
Bryan will take the stage in Vegas Feb 11, 12, 16, 18, 19, 20, 23, 25 & 26. The 5,000-capacity, world-class theatre opened its doors last November. Tickets are on sale now at AXS.com.
In addition to Bryan’s upcoming Vegas shows, the superstar just-announced his 30+ city ‘Raised Up Right’ Tour, which will kick off on June 9 in Charleston, West Virginia. The trek will also feature support from Riley Green, Mitchell Tenpenny and DJ Rock.
“My favorite place to be is on stage performing to country music fans,” Bryan said in a press release. “So thankful every night when I walk out on that stage and know you are there to have a blast along beside me. It never gets old!”
The tour takes its name from the chorus of Bryan’s current hit single, “Up,” which is the sixth single from Bryan’s No. 1 album, Born Here Live Here Die Here.
See a full list of Bryan’s upcoming tour dates HERE.