Social Media Roundup: Brett Eldredge’s Bite, Shay Mooney’s Golf Swing, Lindsay Ell’s “Saved by the Bell” Moment & More

Social Media Roundup: Brett Eldredge’s Bite, Shay Mooney’s Golf Swing, Lindsay Ell’s “Saved by the Bell” Moment & More

If you don’t have time to comb through social media all day, here’s what you’ve been missing over the last 24 hours or so in the country music world:

  • Brett Eldredge celebrates with Edgar.
  • Dierks Bentley suits up.
  • Shay Mooney channels his inner Happy Gilmore.
  • Walker McGuire synchronizes their moves.
  • LOCASH gets silly at a photo shoot.
  • Big & Rich are two wild and crazy guys.
  • Jon Pardi lifts his ’78 Bronco.
  • Darius Ruckers prays for the Nature Boy.
  • Lindsay Ell gets saved by the bell.

"Well, that was a strange song to sing in a suit when I'm onstage at the #Opry," – @dierksbentley 😂

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Friendship : @shaymooney @jaredmullinsunofficial @benjydavis

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When you're on the BMI rooftop, you synchronize dance. It's just what you do. #BMI

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Time for a lift kit! #78bronco

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My prayers go for the GOAT!!! @ricflairnatureboy. Love ya man. Get better my friend!! U the man!!!

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When Mr. Belding shows up at your show.. @realmrbelding #SavedByTheEll

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