When Luke Bryan released his multi-platinum single "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)," it helped him widely expand his female fan base. The married father of two says that doesn't bother him at all.
"You want women to think of you in a sexy manner," Bryan tells the Chicago Tribune. "It's all part of the business. It drives ticket sales. It's all a part of it. My focus is trying to make great music and putting on great shows, and whatever happens beyond that is a bonus to me."
Bryan's wife, Caroline, doesn't seem to have a problem with women lusting after him.
"Women are getting more and more comfortable where they can have a little fun too. I'm happy about that," he said. "[Caroline] laughs about it. She enjoys it too. She understands it's all part of the game."
The 36-year-old says that he's enjoyed the success from his platinum-selling CD Tailgates & Tanlines, but isn't worried about the fame changing him as an artist.
"The main thing is stay true to who you are," he said. "When it happens unnaturally and when it's forced, it gets a little weird. You just make sure you love it and that it's the music that you want to be represented by. The rest is out of your hands. It's up to the fans and the people who buy the album."
Source: The Boot