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Parker McCollum’s Hilarious Reaction To Large Bra Thrown On Stage

June 7, 2023 2:35 am in by

Parker McCollum got the shock of his life during a show in Wilmington, North Carolina when an apparently well-endowed fan managed to throw her bra at the performer’s feet.

In a video caught by a fan on TikTok, McCollum picks up the bra and looks at it in awe, “Dang, that’s a full hammock. I didn’t know they made ’em that big…but I’m glad to know they do.”

Watch the video via the link here.

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The video has since received over 30k comments. “Omg I was there!!! That was so funny,” said one fan, while another commented, “wow, what a set of jugs.” 

Another stated, “Did anyone else see the impulsive thought enter his head of ‘put your face in it’ and then decide not to?”

Another worried about the price the female must have spent on the under garment.

“Girl just literally threw about $600-$100 on stage. Bras can be expensive,” she wrote. “My exact thoughts. That bra is from torrid and cost no less than $55,” another fan replied.

McCollum is currently making his way around the United States as part of his current tour, with special guests Larry Fleet, Jackson Dean, Gary Allan, Morgan Wade, Dalton Dover, Flatland Cavalry, Tyler Halverson, Travis Denning, Chris Lane and more on selected dates.

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Additionally, he will join Morgan Wallen, Ernest and Bailey Zimmerman on Wallen’s One Night A Time World Tour when it reaches Chicago later in June and St. Louis in July, and later in August. He will also support Eric Church as part of The Outsiders Revival Tour in June-July.  

The tour features McCollum’s greatest hits, such as the song from his CMA ‘Breakthrough Video of the Year’ win, To Be Loved by You, and his double-platinum single, Pretty Heart.

McCollum’s latest release, Never Enough, is a statement album. It follows its predecessor, Gold Chain Cowboy and Gold Chain Cowboy (Special Edition), both released in 2021.  

“What I do best is write songs from a very real place and sing country music, but also be very ‘me’ and not try to sound like someone else,” Parker said of Never Enough. “We definitely did that on this record and every one of the 15 songs sounds different.”

Keep up to date with everything Parker McCollum and follow him on Facebook here.

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