Transcript for Luke Bryan's Booty-Shaking Video
and Luke Bryan crashing my pop from the party in the park. I'd like to extend that offer, Luke, you are welcome to crash my pop any time you'd like to and to kick it off there's one thing every Luke Bryan fan knows to be true, he is the best booty shaker in the business. Just because we can, we're playing what could be the best fan video of all time. Luke shaking it for the ladies. Wait, wait, wait. Set to the hip-hop song -- don't drop that thun thun. By the phonetic. There's Luke shaking it right now. 3.4 million views and counting. Luke, how did you perfect the art of the booty shake? I don't really even understand how I did that. At that time in my life. So what you're saying it comes pretty naturally for you? It's just -- yeah, it's interpretative dance. It's from the soul, the heart. Exactly. I see. It tells a story much that's for sure. Okay. And you all need to get a whiff of this next story. Literally because Luke now has his very own scented candle. It's called kill the lights just like his album and if you want to kill the lights and fill your room with the aroma of Luke, it's easier than catching yourself a little catfish dinner. Now, Luke -- supposed to smell like chocolate but I feel like it smells like breakfast. A little chocolate in there. Did you have any say in picking out that scent? Yeah, when you said catfish, a catfish scented candle would not do well. That wouldn't have gone over well. Have nailah bourbon. There is that bourbon -- Vanilla and bourbon. That is. I smell the bourbon in there. That's true. And you've heard of the jukebox but now we've got the Luke box. Luke's been taking Twitter requests as part of a promotion with target and writing songs all about his fans coming up with impromptu diddies about everything from unicorns to birthdays and even a song motivating one little girl to clean her room. George, that could come in handy. One you say might be your next hit about a girl who does not like emojis. What girl doesn't hike emojis. It was about -- well, my fans on Twitter, they give me a lot of grief because I never -- I've never used an emoji so it was actually a fan was wanting me to have a little fun with my lack of using an emoji and so I wrote a song called "I hate emojis." I really don't hate emojis. You don't hate anything, Luke. Your songs coming up, thanks, Luke. Thanks, guys. Emily: Good morning.
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