Chase Rice has struggled to name the strangest rumor he’s ever read or heard about himself since he rose to fame as a member of the reality TV cast in 2010. ” I’ve heard a lot lately, âhe jokes.
The singer is referring to the headlines claiming that he and reality TV star Kristin Cavallari are in a relationship. American weekly recently reported that the two were “everywhere” each on a date in Nashville, adding that they “really love each other.” Talk to Taste of rural nightsRice admits he doesn’t feel like he’s become famous.
âI don’t know why people care about what I do with my life,â he says. “The only thing I like to make the headlines for … is when people talk about music.”
Rice was part of Survivor: Nicaragua in late 2010, and soon after, he was recognized as a co-author of Florida Georgia Line’s âCruiseâ. He developed as an emerging singer-songwriter in Nashville until 2014, when his major debut (“Ready Set Roll”) reached the Top 5 on Billboard‘Country Airplay Graphic.
Another Top 5 titled “Gonna Wanna Tonight” followed, but his commercial success then waned until he changed labels and released “Eyes on You”, a # 1 hit in 2019. Most recently, ” Drinkin ‘Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen. ” with the Florida No. 1 hit Georgia Line, but Rice tells Evan and Amber that he’s not impressed with all the attention given to his love life, instead of the press for his hit song.
âLucky for me, I never wanted any other stuff. I don’t care, “he says.” My personal life has to be my personal life because it is the part of my life that is healthy. This is the part of my life that is safe and normal. And if you lose that, I don’t know what would happen to me, but I wouldn’t like it. “
The 36-year-old Rice has never gone public with anyone he’s dated, leaving that part of his life in the dark for fans. However, his romantic efforts became national news in 2020 when he appeared on ABC’s. The single person. He was scheduled to star for series star Peter Weber and his date, who turned out to be a woman named Victoria Fuller, with whom Rice had previously spent time. It made him angry.
âI didn’t think they would do this to me, to be honest with you,â he told Taste of Country at the time. “I knew when I walked in that she was going to be on the show, and I told my publicist, my manager and they were like, ‘It’s okay. They’re not going to do this.'”
This incident, however, is not necessarily the reason Rice put her love life on lockdown. Pressed to develop his decision, he says it goes back to the nightmarish celebrity stories he heard growing up.
âYou have musicians – and artists, in particular – that dive into suicide and stuff like that, and I don’t think it’s an accident. Something really bad is going on,â he said about it. attention to public opinion. “They don’t really have a touch of reality or anything like that – I don’t know the details of every situation, but it’s a dangerous place to live, and I don’t want to live there.”
Musically, Rice has scattered tour dates until early November before a break for the holidays. He will join Kane Brown on the Blessed & Free tour in January. The North Carolina-raised singer has yet to announce a follow-up single for “Drinkin ‘Beer. Talkin’ God. Amen.”
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