Forget the main acts, these singers' wives steal the spotlight from their country crooners. Here are the country music's hottest wives.
Jason Aldean showed off his fiancé Brittany Kerr at the 2014 American Country Countdown Awards in Nashville. The controversial couple met while Aldean was still married but the two have decided to look "past the haters."
Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and his wife Brittney Marie Cole (left) posed with bandmate Tyler Hubbard and his fiancee Hayley Stommel. The quartet are super tight knit and describe themselves as family.
During nearly 20 years of marriage, Hill and McGraw have created more than sweet music together. The "It's Your Love" singers have three daughters together.
The "Play It Again" singer is anything but shy; he's constantly shaking what his momma gave him on stage every night in his famously tight jeans. But when he met his wife Caroline in college, she had to make the first move. "He was always a gentleman," Boyer told People. "We hung out as friends first and he never made a move on me. I kissed him first! He was always so scared of making a girl feel uncomfortable, he wouldn’t cross a line." The couple married in 2006 and have two boys.
Owen met his wife on the set of his "8 Second Ride" music video and he immediately knew Lacey was the girl for him. He made sure she was cast in his "Barefoot Blue Jean Night" video and his plan worked. The two started dating and now the married couple have a daughter, born in 2012.
Moore and his wife Kate met when they were teenagers on their own high school senior trip vacations in Florida. The couple have three daughters.
Thompson Square singers Shawna and Keifer are a duo both on and off stage. The "Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not" singers won vocal duo of the year at the ACM awards two years in a row.
The "Drunk on a Plane" singer met his wife after he dated her best friend in middle school. They dated on-and-off over the years until the couple eloped in 2005. They have three children.
24-year-old Rhett met his wife in the first grade. After watching his own parents' marriage fall apart (dad is country star Rhett Akins) mainly due to his dad being constantly on the road, Rhett promised not to let his career get in the way of his marriage. "Being backstage at a lot of different places there’s a lot going on and you gotta [sic] be 100 percent honest with the other person," he told Taste of Country. He also told his record label that he won't be "all over some girl" in his music videos out of respect for his wife.
Jackson and his high school sweetheart married in 1979 and the couple have three daughters. Their marriage had its fair share of bumps; the Jacksons separated briefly in 1998 due to the singer's busy schedule and infidelity. They have since reconciled and Denise was her husband's date to the CMT Awards where he was the recipient of the first CMT Impact Award.
Paisley first fell in love with future wife, actress Kimberly Williams, when he went to see her film "Father of the Bride Part II in 1995. But it took 6 years for the country singer to snag a date with Williams. In 2002, she starred in his music video for the song "I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin' Song)." and the rest is history. Although technically not a country singer herself, Williams pays homage to the genre with a starring role on the hit show "Nashville."
CMA Male and Female Vocalists of the year, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are currently the new King and Queen of country music.
The "Give Me Back My Hometown" singer and his music publicist wife Katherine married in 2008. The couple welcomed son Boone McCoy in 2011.
The "Love Like Crazy" singer and his wife make it work because "Sara is just superhuman." And super hot!
These singers may be stars on stage, but off, their spouses shine.