Luke Bryan Shows Fellow ‘Idol’ Judges Around His Hometown

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As the countdown to Season 22 of American Idol reaches the three-week mark, fans are in for a treat as country music sensation and judge on the competition show, Luke Bryan, takes a trip down memory lane.

In a Instagram montage, Luke Bryan invited fellow judges Katy Perry and Lionel Richie to join him on a journey to his small hometown of Leesburg, Georgia.

Five Things Luke Bryan Loves About His Hometown

The journey begins with Luke expressing his love for the people of Leesburg, showcasing the genuine warmth and support of the locals who have always stood by him. Surrounded by enthusiastic fans in a clip of the video, it’s evident that the community’s spirit towards his career is something that he cherishes.

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Next, Luke reminisces about the farmland that that makes Leesburg’s landscape one-of-a-kind, sharing memories of his rural upbringing filled with hunting and fishing adventures. The nostalgic charm of being in the outdoors undoubtedly holds a special place in his heart.

As the montage continues, Luke highlights the beauty of the Flint River, which more than likely served as the backdrop for a countless amount of fishing trips while growing up. Taking a moment to appreciate a more personal aspect of the town, Luke recalls his father’s garden as another beloved treasure of where he’s from.

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Last but not least, Luke humorously reflects on his experiences at the local peanut mill, where he learned the value of hard work firsthand. Jokingly admitting that the intense labor inspired him to pursue a career in music instead, he acknowledges that his time spent there had a big part in shaping his path to success.

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The Season 22 premiere of American Idol is set to air on Sunday, February 18, 2024, at 7 p.m. CT on ABC.

Watch Luke Bryan share the five things he loves about his hometown below.


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