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ET's Lauren Zima sat down with the 31-year-old country singer for a Facebook Live interview on Tuesday, where he addressed the romance rumors surrounding him and Osbourne, thanks to the pair's social media antics.
Contry western music is enjoyed by many equestrian singles.
I mean, I'm kind of a fan of tattoos, but I'm scared of the lifetime commitment. Glamour: At what point did you get the country bug? Garth Brooks and George Strait, and then you had Kenny Chesney come along and Tim Mc Graw—I remember those guys really being a big part of my growing up.
Now he has to put up with that the rest of his life.
Dustin Lynch: Good, I haven't had anything thrown at me yet, so that's good! I remember having butterflies watching it and thinking, What would it be like to be the dude up there? Glamour: When did you think you could actually make a living at this?  No, but that's what's fun about music. It's always about the unknown and the song that isn't written or recorded yet. Dustin: It was, but it wasn't something I noticed or anyone around me noticed until it was in the song, and then it was, "You say this all the time!
I feel like I would wake up six months later and want something different. Watching Kenny play in Tennessee to a sold-out crowd was very life-changing for me. Glamour: In "Where It's At (Yep, Yep)" was the "yep, yep" a catchphrase of yours that you used regularly in the past?