See, this is what happens when you have poorly-coordinated white doofuses with about as much soul as a solid state amplifier get up on stage and try to pretend they can move like Bruno Mars. We’ve already seen Luke Bryan eat it numerous times, and it was inevitable Thomas Rhett would be heading into the Stage Fall Hall of Fame now that he’s decided to become a dance first, and sing second “performer.”
“I took a couple of lessons. Not necessarily dance lessons, but working with a couple of choreographers a little bit on how to work in front of a camera, and more actual stage movement,” Thomas Rhett told Taste of Country back in September of 2015. Well maybe he should seek more advanced guidance because Friday night (2-19) while opening for Jason Aldean on the “We Were Here” Tour in Charlottesville, VA, Thomas Rhett left his mark on the front row when he took a dive into the crowd while singing his incredibly shitty booty shaker “South Side” penned in part by Chris Stapleton. Thomas Rhett appeared to get “Tangled Up” (arf arf), then went all “Crash and Burn” into the crowd.
Perhaps Rhett should second guess the fashion choice of wearing candy apple red Keds like a 14-year-old girl while performing on stage. Plus the fabric of his skinny jeans is cut so tight it gives his lower body about the dexterity of a straitjacket.
Yuck it up, fuzzballs.
Lindsey Slayton (@_lindseynichole) February 20, 2016
Thomas Rhett fell off the stage into us and I literally have never fan girled so hard pic.twitter.com/2pKnEzUA5y
Jamie Migliaccio (@jamiemig) February 20, 2016