Kid Rock’marries’ country music icon Loretta Lynn Within the weekend?and fans cheer her on

Loretta Lynn surprised fans over the weekend, stating she’d married Kid Rock.


Country music icon Loretta Lynn and Kid Rock had a little fun this weekend when Lynn’s son and his wife renewed their marriage vows. Lynn said on her Facebook page. “My Ernie & Crystal renewed their vows this weekend. It was amazing and everything it should be. Marriage is not always easy — heck it is not even necessarily pretty, but love holds you together and you push through the terrible days to enjoy the good ones. I’m so proud of these and wish them years of enjoyment. Things got crazy then — my boy Kid Rock was there and we have always teased about getting ourselves married. The preacher was already there so we had any fun with it. Sorry girls, he is taken now!


As Lynn said on Instagram,”Things got mad then–my boy @kidrock was there and we’ve always teased about becoming ourselves wed. The preacher was there so we had any fun with it. Sorry girls, he’s taken now!”
Lynn afterwards posted,”Well, it didn’t last long, y’all but it was fun! I guess I better get on here and allow y’all know that it was a joke– @kidrock and I didn’t get married on the weekend, but we had a blast.


Lynn’s granddaughter, Tayla Lynn, stated on her Instagram article that Lynn and Kid Rock – his real name is Robert Richie -‘ve been friends for awhile. She stated he had been officiating in the vow renewal for her father, Ernie and her stepmother, Crystal. Tayla said,”Now you must understand how close Kid and Memaw have gotten.
Just like they love each other. They joke around all of the time about getting married and saying to hell with the rest of em. So Dad and Crystal decide to make that happen!
They possess the preacher announce that he’s prepared to perform the yells now!
Memaw and Kid equally become giddy. Like school children. They were so caught off guard but both so pleased. They played along. (Cause obv it’s a joke) Unc (Tim Cobb) even had the veil ready. It was a second last night in the middle of the planet turning sideways where love and joy were absolutely shared.”
Loretta Lynn said the service”was beautiful and everything it should be. Marriage isn’t always simple — heck it is not even necessarily pretty, but love holds you together and you push the bad times to enjoy the good ones. I’m so proud of these and wish them years of happiness.”
Obviously the marriage wasn’t real and the duo — who reportedly were friends for years — were just having some fun enclosing the actual ceremony. Lynn confessed it was a joke Monday afternoon, stating the union didn’t survive long, but”it sure was fun.”
Fans of this Coal Miner’s Daughter immediately got into the spirit, cheering her with thousands of enjoys, shares and comments on Facebook. Here’s a sampling:

Well, it didn’t last long, y’all but it sure was fun! I guess I better get on here and let y’all know that it was just a…

Posted by Loretta Lynn on Monday, August 31, 2020


“I’m from Harlan County Kentucky. I really like you Loretta and I think Kid Rock is fantastic, the only thing that bothers me is that the cussing but that is just the way he is. I know hardly anyone ever reads those comments but if they should read mine, I hope that they let you know that you are and always have been my favourite woman Country singer, palms down. You constantly have been ever since I was a tiny girl.
“Loretta you’re probably the only person who has made Kid Rock Blush. I have a Question? Is there anything you haven’t done in your life that you regret not doing. I have loved you my whole life.” — Leisa Brown
“Absolutely love this, that grin on Loretta’s face is worth it all, so much enjoyment there, way to go Kid Rock, class action.”
“No Loretta, state it isn’t so! Love Kid Rock, he was presumed to be my husband. You look great and Kid Rock looks alluring as ever. The two of you are fantastic singers and performers as I’ve been to concerts performed by each of you personally. I met you and Ernie after in person…. When I had been sister-in-law to one of your group members. On my bucket list is to meet Kid Rock.” — Deb Connor You’re such an inspiration to state girls everywhere! Can’t consider anyone better to lose our favorite fella to!” — Christy Claywell


“So are you going to change your name to Loretta Rock?” — Mark-Stephanie Haynes
“He is the luckiest man on the planet!!! You’re so beautiful Mrs. Rock, I mean Lynn! My Grandma was called Loretta and she chose me to see Coal Miners Daughter at the movie theatre. Ever since I swore I’d see you in concert but it never occurred. My Gran really loved you! And loved how I understood so many sweet and funny lines of the film by heart and would quote them for her outta no where. Thank you for being you, it’s always a present to listen to you talk or sing! Love and hugs from Ohio!” — Michelle Affholter
“Sorry Loretta, but you ain’t woman enough to accept my man #kidrock” — Tonya Abernathy Dawson

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