Trace Adkins and Victoria Pratt Marry in New Orleans

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photo: Victoria Pratt Instagram

Trace Adkins and Victoria Pratt are now married! Check out a beautiful snapshot from their New Orleans wedding here! Yes, that's Blake Shelton...

Trace Adkins and Victoria Pratt got married in New Orleans, Louisiana on Saturday, October 12th! The country music star and actress were wed by Blake Shelton acting as the officiant. The newlyweds met back in 2013 when they both starred in The Virginian film.

Trace Adkins and Victoria Pratt Get Hitched

This is Trace’s fourth marriage, he was previously married to Barbara Lewis, Julie Curtis, and Rhonda Forlaw. He has five daughters from his past unions: Tarah, Sarah, Mackenzie, Brianna, and Trinity.

Congrats to Trace Adkins and Victoria Pratt! We wish them many years of happiness together!

“Ladies Love Country Boys” Lyrics

She grew up in the city in a little subdivision
Her daddy wore a tie
Mama never fried a chicken
Ballet, straight A’s, most likely to succeed
They bought her a car after graduation
Sent her down south for some higher education
Put her on the fast track, to a law degree
Now she’s comin’ home to visit
Holdin’ the hand
Of a wild-eyed boy
With a farmer’s tan
And she’s ridin’ in the middle of his pickup truck
Blarin’ Charlie Daniels, yellin’, “Turn it up!”
They raised her up a lady
But there’s one thing they couldn’t avoid
Ladies love country boys
Yeah, you know mamas and daddies want better for their daughters
Hope they’ll settle down with a doctor or a lawyer
In their uptown, ball gown, hand-me-down royalty
They never understand
Why their princess falls
For some camouflage britches
And a southern boy drawl
Or why she’s ridin’ in the middle of a pickup truck
Blarin’ Hank Jr., yellin’, “Turn it up!”
They raised her up a lady
But there’s one thing they couldn’t avoid
Ladies love country boys
You can train ’em
You can try to teach ’em right from wrong
But it’s still gonna turn ’em on
When they go ridin’ in the middle of a pickup truck
Blarin’ Lynyrd Skynyrd, yellin’, (Turn it up!)
You can raise her up a lady
But there’s one thing you just can’t avoid
Ladies love country boys
They love us country boys, yeah
Oh, yeah, they can’t stand it
It’s that country thing, you know
Yeah, singin’ na na
All those pretty ladies
I like the na na

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