Just weeks after a very public feud with Jason Aldean’s wife, Brittany Aldean. In a new interview, Maren Morris reveals her ‘Focus and Heart Lies’ on her recent show.
Maren Morris Brittany Aldean, 32
Maren Morris, 32, isn’t letting her recent feud with Brittany Aldean take away her joy from performing for her fans. The country singer, who made headlines last month with the wife of Jason Aldean, admitted. She’s “doing well” despite the negativity brought on by what Britney called a transphobic social media post. Look, I am not a victim of this and neither is he. But when it comes to making fun of humans for questioning their identities, especially children. So I don’t feel pity,” she said.
Maran tells ET at the 2022 iHeart Radio Music Festival
“I’m good,” Maran told ET at the 2022 iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday. “To be honest, I’ve kind of been with my shows, like, I really have my focus and heart right there. . And I just take stock of what I really have and not what I don’t have. “I’ve started my tour, I’ve got my husband, I’ve got my son. I have an amazing team and amazing fans,” she continued. “So I’m like, yeah, that’s cool Used to be. I just throw myself into the tour. It’s kind of where I get my healing and anger, and sadness, anger, and joy. I have to do this every night.
Posted a video of Britney doing her makeup
Maran’s positive words come after she posted a video of Britney doing her makeup. The clip included a controversial caption in which Britney wrote, “I really want to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girly life. After Kasadi Pope criticized the video on Twitter, Maran backed him by responding, “It’s so simple, like, shouldn’t be a badass human being? Sell your clip-in and zip it up, Insure Barbie.
An interview with Tucker Carlson of Fox News
It didn’t take long for things to escalate when asked about Britney’s comments, during an interview with Fox News’s Tucker Carlson. The host called Maran a “crazy country music person”? And the “Make You Say” crooner decided to use the words on a new line of merchandise. Which she is selling to support GLAAD’s transgender media program and Trans Lifeline. When asked about the surname given by Brittany, in an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Maran admitted. That he is “not a victim” but not sympathetic either.