Dierks Bentley Takes 12-Year-Old Daughter, Jordan, Bra Shopping

It doesn’t get more ‘girl dad’ than this. On Sunday (June 11), Dierks Bentley took to his TikTok account and shared a video of him bra shopping with his 12-year-old daughter, Jordan. From the moment the video starts, you can tell Bentley has no idea what he’s doing, what they’re looking for, or what she needs.

“What are these?” his daughter asks – pointing to one of the bras on display. “Uh, I believe that’s a bra,” Bentley says with heavy sarcasm, to which his daughter mumbles, “Obviously, duh.” He proceeds to ask her if she’s looking for an ‘unlined bra,’ but she corrects him and says they need to find a ‘bra top.’ 

“Oh my god, Dad, I found it!” she says after coming across one that she likes. “See, we nailed it!” her father says – excited the shopping trip is over. Unfortunately, it wasn’t over and she quickly realized it was a bikini top – not a bra. “Oh, we didn’t find it. Okay…” he says – the joy suddenly absent from his voice.

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As he continues to pan around the store, he comes across a certain category of bras that he won’t even let his daughter near – the lace section. “Uh, no, we’re not doing lace,” he says as he pans the camera around. “Uh, we need your mom here. Call mom,” he jokes, attempting to find an out of this shopping trip.

In the caption, he confirmed that he had the night off from the CMA Music Festival – a four-day country music festival that took place in Nashville, Tennessee between June 8 and June 11. He also added the hashtags #girldad, #teenager, and #shopping – the post has been seen more than 1.5 million times. 

In the comments, someone mentioned how far they’ve come since 2009 – when Dierks Bentley did an episode of MTV Cribs and showed off her little Moses basket. “Now we’re here,” the comment said – which Bentley found funny as he sat in a room with his two daughters and other members of his crew. 


Replying to @Kirstin Jarvis better turn this off before I get canceled cmafest girldad

♬ Something Real – Dierks Bentley

“I’m surrounded by women,” he said as he panned the camera around the room – which featured six girls, including his two daughters. “Do you guys wanna go bra shopping? I’m an expert now, I’ll take you guys – I really know how to work the aisles,” he said – joking he should stop recording before he gets ‘canceled.’ 

Dierks Bentley Shares 3 Children With Cassidy Black

Dierks Bentley shares three children with his wife of 17 years, Cassidy Black. The couple have known one another since eighth grade, but could never find the right time to pursue something serious. They dated on-and-off for years – they even tried a long-distance relationship when he was 19 years old. 

Finally, that day came when she walked onto his tour bus – he was opening for George Strait at the time. He knew that was his moment to lock her up – and he did. Dierks Bentley proposed to Cassidy in December 2005 and they eloped the following day – getting married on December 14, 2005 in Mexico. 

Three years later, they welcomed their first daughter, Evalyn Day (b. October 4, 2008). Their second daughter, Jordan Catherine, was born on Christmas Day (December 25) in 2010, while their first and only son, Knox, was born on October 9, 2013 – just five days away from sharing a birthday with his sister.

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“I used to look at my career as one part of my life and then my family life as a separate part of my life. It’s really just one life. If you have a great career, but your home life sucks — or your home life’s good but your health is terrible, you’re not winning,” he said of finding a balance between work and life in January.

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