Country Singer Adam Hambrick Opens Up About Performing on 'The Bachelorette'
"The Bachelor" and "The Bachelorette" are no strangers to big names in music serenading the leads and their dates in a romantic setting. The likes of Dolly Parton, The Backstreet Boys, and Boyz II Men are just a few on the impressive list.
Adam told the "Click Bait with Bachelor Nation" hosts that he "had a blast" singing for Tayshia on "The Bachelorette."
He explained, "I’ve never been on TV before, so I was nervous. Your date was my TV debut. It was special for a lot of reasons."
Adam shared, "It’s the biggest opportunity I’ve had since starting the artist track of my career. Also, especially because the song itself plays like a love song, but I wrote it for my wife who is a physician assistant, and she’s on the front line of all this COVID-19 stuff."
He said COVID-19 has had "a direct impact on our family."
"I wrote this song as a love letter for all the people who step in when stuff goes wrong, like firefighters, military, police, people who step in and put themselves on the line," he said. "That can also be your friends and your family."
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Adam admitted to Tayshia, Joe, and Natasha that he had seen "maybe a grand total of half an episode" before his concert in Palm Springs. This time around, he's "all-in."
The Arkansas native revealed that in terms of his favorite person on the show this season, "Bennett cracks me up."
He said, "He’s golden. He’s got a shtick that is unbelievable. He’s a really smart dude. I’m really curious as to how much he’s in on the shtickitude and how much is real."