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Dierks Bentley shares hilariously awkward experience of bra shopping with teen daughter: 'Call mom'

The country singer, 46, shared glimpses of shopping with his 12-year-old daughter, Jordan, at Aerie.

Dierks Bentley shares hilariously awkward experience of bra shopping with teen daughter: 'Call mom'
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @dierksbentley

Taking your teen daughter shopping can be fun but also a bit awkward. Something similar happened to country singer, Dierks Bentley, who took his teen daughter to shop for bras. The 46-year-old shared glimpses of the same in a hilarious video shared on TikTok. He went shopping with his 12-year-old daughter, Jordan, at Aerie. As the father-daughter duo shops, his daughter looks at a collection of bras and asks her father, "What are these?"

"Uh, I believe that's a bra," the singer replies with some discomfort. "Obviously, duh," she says with a straight face. As they continue shopping, Bentley soon comes across a chart discussing different kinds of bras available at the store, reports PEOPLE.

Image Source: TikTok | @dierksbentley
Image Source: TikTok | @dierksbentley

The father thought he could finally relax as his daughter appears to she find the bra top she was looking for and says, "See, we nailed it." But she mentions that they were still looking for it. Then, the camera focuses on drawers, and the dad is seen becoming cautious as he tells his daughter, "No, we're not doing lace."

Image Source: TikTok | @dierksbentley
Image Source: TikTok | @dierksbentley

Visibly embarrassed, he adds, "We need your mom here. Call mom." He captioned the post, "Night off from #cmafest #girldad #teenager #shopping." Fans also came to the comments section and shared their opinions, "OK, but the fact she even brought you in there is so cute." Besides Jordan, Bentley is also a dad to son Knox, 9, and daughter Evie, 14, with his wife, Cassidy Bentley.

Cover Image Source: Dierks Bentley performs on stage during day four of CMA Fest 2023 at Nissan Stadium on June 11, 2023 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)
Cover Image Source: Dierks Bentley performs on stage during day four of CMA Fest 2023 at Nissan Stadium on June 11, 2023, in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Last month, he also shared a video where he is seen quizzing his kids about his career and music amid the news that his single "Gold" had topped the charts on country radio. He is seen asking his kids to name his other number ones and the kids were not aware of any. "Hopefully you guys know more about my career than my kids do because this is kind of pathetic," the exhausted dad says in the clip. "Thank you for your support throughout my career, it's a good thing my kids aren't in charge of promoting my music ha!" he captioned the Instagram post. 


 
 
 
 
 
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At the beginning of 2023, Bentley told Esquire, "I used to look at my career as one part of my life and then my family life as a separate part of my life. It's really just one life. If you have a great career, but your home life sucks — or your home life's good but your health is terrible, you're not winning. I am competitive and it's not about winning the battle, it's about winning the war. I will have a successful music career, an awesome family, and I'll be a great dad. I'm almost 50, I've had my moment. My job is to make sure they get the right platform so they can go chase their dreams and have their moments." In his words and his actions, Bentley is not just a great musician but also a loving father and husband. He truly shows us how to manage work and personal life well!

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