Luke Bryan is “Hooked on It.” Literally.
The country singer posted a video to Instagram Tuesday of a bait and hook attempt gone wrong. According to Bryan, while on a fishing trip with his guitar tech Russ, the singer’s fishing hook got lodged in his thumb and pierced his hand.
The post was blurred with a sensitive content warning.
“Well, this is gonna leave a mark, pretty sure that’s in my bone,” the singer said while showing off the hook affixed to his hand.
Fellow country singer Jake Owen commented on his post making a call back to one of Bryan’s songs off his “Kill the Lights” album.
“Huntin, Fishin, lovin every day,” Owen wrote.
On Bryan’s Instagram story, the singer detailed his journey to a medical facility to get it removed.
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“Leave it to me, I ruined the fishing trip but we’ll be back on the water in about 25 minutes,” Bryan said.
Eventually the hook was removed and hours later, Bryan posted a video of himself giving the camera a thumbs up.
“Got the hook out. We’re back,” Bryan said.
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Bryan’s representative Jessie Schmidt told USA TODAY Wednesday the singer “is fine.”
Bryan is expected to release the deluxe version of his album “Born Here Live Here” April 9 which will include six new songs.
While releasing albums and fishing, Bryan is also a judge on the current season of “American Idol.” Alongside Lionel Richie and Katy Perry, the judges have most recently selected their top 24 contestants.
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“Idol” continues Sunday with the top 24 performing duets with celebrity singers including Katharine McPhee, Tori Kelly and Josh Groban.