Luke Bryan, the judge on ‘American Idol,’ tells an unbelievable Las Vegas gambling story.
During a recent episode of a podcast, Luke Bryan, a country music singer and judge on ABC’s “American Idol,” told a story about gambling and winning thousands of dollars on a whim in Las Vegas.
Bryan spoke about his experience on Audacy’s “Rob and Holly” program. He claimed to have won $60,000 in a casino in less than 10 minutes.
Bryan explained, “We took a day off and the Georgia Bulldogs were playing at like, 12 noon.” “Well, I went down and intended to play a few hands of Blackjack before stopping and going to a pub to watch my Georgia Bulldogs play.”
He explained that he headed to the Blackjack table after discovering he only had around a half-hour till the game began. Bryan claims he won over $60,000 in only the first few hands in that short length of time.
During the podcast, Bryan noted, “I didn’t want to win that much money; it simply occurred.”
Bryan will host the CMA Awards in 2021.
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Bryan confirmed on Twitter in October that he will host the CMA Awards in 2021.
“It’s an honor to announce for the first time that I’ll be presenting the 55th annual #CMAawards!” he tweeted. “Watch the live broadcast on ABC on Wednesday, November 10 at 8/7 c. Don’t miss the biggest night in country music! @countrymusic.”
Though the hosting duties at huge award shows are commonly shared among several persons, Bryan will be hosting the presentation entirely on his own this time. The last time the CMA Awards had only one host was in 2003, when Vince Gill presented the event.
Bryan has won the show’s most prestigious honor, CMA Entertainer of the Year, twice in his career.
The presentation will recognize country music musicians in a variety of categories for their accomplishments in the business throughout the previous year.
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