Thomas Rhett and Cole Swindell have fans cracking up at their hilarious dance in a just-released Instagram video.
Rhett is currently in the midst of his headlining Center Point Road tour with special guest Cole Swindell, and it seems the pair of country superstars have formed quite the friendship and pre-show bond.
In a clip shared by Rhett on Saturday (Oct. 2), just hours before his headlining concert in St. Louis, Rhett, wearing a Rogue shirt and sweatpants, and Swindell, wearing a Lainey Wilson t-shirt and shorts, are seen dancing, hilariously, to a fast-paced, fiddle-driven instrumental while football plays in the background.
“Bluegrass really gets us going.. Sorry for partying!” Swindell jokingly commented on the clip.
While the pair danced, you can hear onlookers on the bus clapping along to the song and laughing. Rhett and Swindell concluded their mini-dance session by hysterically laughing at each other’s hilarious dance moves.
Watch the hilarious clip below.
Swindell also joins Rhett during each tour date to perform “Beer Can’t Fix,” a track that originally features Jon Pardi.
Rhett’s headlining Center Point Road tour wraps up on October 9 in Raleigh, North Carolina at Coastal Credit Union Music Park At Walnut Creek.
The country hitmaker and soon-to-be dad of four previously shared that it “feels so good” to return to the road after having off the past year or so off.
“We got a little taste in May. Did a few shows in Texas, and really got after it about five weeks ago. And we’ve been doing Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sundays up until then, and it’s just been a blast,” he admitted. “I don’t think I knew how much I missed it. But when you’re off the road for a year and a half, you come back with a different kind of energy, and so do the people that are coming to the shows. So it’s like this whole 100% and 100% just going at each other, like, the whole night. It’s just been a blast.”