Brittany Kerr – Wiki bio
American professional cheerleader and TV personality Brittany Layne Kerr was born in Charlotte, North Carolina USA, on 19 June 1988, making Gemini her zodiac sign. She’s probably only known for being the wife of famous American country musician Jason Aldean.
Education and early life
Brittany was raised in Charlotte by her father who was a musician, and mother who worked at a music studio; she hasn’t revealed if she has siblings, so is believed to be an only child.
Brittany grew up being interested in music, and was nine when her parents enrolled her at music school; she began dancing at the age of 13, and became a cheerleader upon enrolling at a local high school in 2002.
Brittany matriculated in 2006, and then chose not to enroll at college, but to find work and financially support herself.
Brittany’s been working as a cheerleader since she completed her high school education, and is today cheerleading for the Charlotte Bobcats of the National Basketball Association (NBA).
She attracted a lot of attention in 2012, when she entered the music competition show “American Idol”, but failed to progress through the first round; in 2014, Brittany made a guest appearance in the talk-show “Inside Edition”, and the year 2022 saw her appear in two episodes of the talk-shows “Entertainment Tonight” and “Tucker Carlson Tonight”.
She’s also something of an actress, having appeared in her husband’s 2020 music video “Jason Aldean: Got What I Got”.
Love life and husband
Brittany Kerr and Jason were spotted spending time together at a café in September 2012, while he was still married to American non-celebrity Jessica Ann Ussery; Jason and Jessica had exchanged vows on 4 August 2001, and have two daughters born in 2003 and 2007. Both Jason and Brittany apologized publicly for their actions, but these still led to Jason and Jessica’s divorce in 2013.
Brittany and Jason then continued dating, and appeared together in public for the first time at the 2014 CMT Awards; they revealed that they’d become engaged on 24 September 2014, and they exchanged vows in a small ceremony on 21 March 2015. Brittany gave birth to their son Memphis on 1 December 2017, and their daughter Navy followed in 2019.
There are no other men whom Brittany’s been with, that she’s spoken about, she’s married to Jason Aldean as of April 2023, and they have two children together, while Jason also has two daughters from his previous marriage.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Brittany’s an Instagram star, as close to 2.5 million people are following her on the social media network, while she’s uploaded over 2,500 pictures and videos, most of which show her spending time with her husband and their children.
She’s physically highly active, as she still dances nearly every day, and also works out at her home gym on a daily basis.
Brittany’s both a shopaholic and a fashionista, and enjoys showing off her newly purchased clothes in her Instagram content.
She’s passionate about travelling, and she and her children have been all around the US to support Jason during his tours.
Brittany’s favorite actress is Scarlett Johansson, and some of her favorite movies include “Under the Skin”, “Don Jon” and “Black Widow”.
A little late on this but Happy Thanksgiving from the Aldean Crew. 🦃 pic.twitter.com/rGF15NbzOF
— Jason Aldean (@Jason_Aldean) November 25, 2022
Height, eyes and wealth
Brittany’s age is 34. Her eyes are blue and hair’s blonde, she’s 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs about 135lbs (61kgs).
Brittany’s net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000, as of April 2023, and her husband Jason’s at more than $80 million.
Who is Brittany’s husband Jason?
American country musician Jason Aldean was born as Jason Aldine Williams in Macon, Georgia US,A on 28 February 1977, making Pisces his zodiac sign. He’s released 10 albums since 2005, when he was signed to Broken Bow Records, and some of his most popular amongst these are “My Kinda Party”, “Night Train” and “Relentless”, all of which have been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Jason’s parents divorced in 1980, and his mother then raised him in Macon, while he spent the summers in Homestead, Florida with his father – it was he who taught him to play the guitar, and the two often practiced together. Some of Jason’s first idols were the country music band Alabama, the singer-songwriter Hank Williams Jr., and singer-songwriter and actor George Strait.
He was 14 when he expressed his desire to perform on stage, and his mother helped him sing at the VFW Hall in the same year. Having fallen in love with performing live, Jason played the guitar and sang at local talent contests, and was 15 when he became a member of the House Band; it was not long after this that he changed his name to Aldean.
He matriculated from a local high school in 1995, and signed his first contract with Warner-Chappell on 1 November 1998; he was dropped by the label a few months later, and in 2000 signed with another, which eventually also dropped him. It was around two months later that Jason was offered a deal by the Broken Bow Records, and he released his self-titled debut album on 26 July 2005; the album’s lead single “Hicktown” peaked at #10 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, while his single “Why” topped the chart.
Thanks you Country Radio for all the support on #TroubleWithAHeartbreak! We are officially #1 and there is nothing…
Jason’s second album “Relentless” followed on 29 May 2007, while he then released his third – “Wide Open” – on 7 April 2009, and fourth “My Kinda Party” on 2 November 2010, which remains Jason’s most popular album, as it was certified platinum four times.
He released his fifth album “Night Train” on 16 October 2012, sixth album “Old Boots, New Dirt” on 7 October 2014 and seventh album “They Don’t Know” on 9 September 2016; Jason then won an ACM Award for Entertainer of the Year in both 2017 and 2018.
His eighth album “Rearview Town” came out on 13 April 2018, and was followed by his ninth “9” on 22 November 2019; most recently, on 12 November 2021, he released his tenth album “Macon, Georgia”.
Jason’s been a philanthropist since his best friend died from cancer in 2004; he’s raised nearly $4 million to be donated to cancer research, while some of his proceedings go to the breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Jason’s also the co-owner of the hunting company Buck Commander, together with several former professional baseball players and country singers.