Scotty McCreery Gears Up for Seasons Change Tour By Reading Hilarious Fan Tweets [Watch]

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Scotty McCreery will kickoff his Seasons Change Tour next month and in anticipation of his trek with Jimmie Allen and Heather Morgan, the “Five More Minutes” singer scrolled through Twitter to see how his fans feel about the tour. Scotty got a good laugh from some responses and learned that his fans are excited to get an up-close glimpse at his smile, butt, and surprisingly enough, his chest hair (they wrote it, not us!)

“Cannot wait for #SeasonsChangeTour to begin 11/29 in Dallas w/my special guests @JimmieAllen & @heathereleven,” he writes on Twitter. “Thought I’d check out some tweets about the tour. Watch below!”

In the two-minute clip, Scotty reads several of the more comical responses from fans who are excited to catch his tour later this year. Here’s a few of the best ones.

@_thefuturemrsmccreery says she’s looking forward to “his deep & sexy voice,” Scotty recites. Another fan says she can’t wait to see “dat ass!!!” to which the singer laughs.

In what was the most peculiar response, even to Scotty, a user named @_ScottyIsMyH0ttie wrote, “I always get a front row seat to see his chest hair.”

While Scotty got a good chuckle at some of the reasons to see him on tour, a few people responded with why they will not come out to one of his shows.

“That’s 5 more minutes of my life I’ll never get back,” one user quips.

Scotty was a good sport about it and laughed along while reading most of his Twitter replies. Watch the video in its entirety below.

Scotty’s Seasons Change Tour begins on Nov. 29 in Dallas, Texas at the House of Blues and runs through January.

Annie Reuter
Annie Reuter is a freelance journalist based in Nashville. When she's not covering the latest music news or interviewing countless country artists, she can be found at a writers round listening to the best up-and-coming songwriting talent Music City has to offer.

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