Jelly Roll And Wife Bunnie XO Join Bert Kreischer For Episode Of ‘Something’s Burning’
Jelly Roll and his wife, Bunnie XO, joined comedian Bert Kreischer and his wife, LeeAnn, for a “dream” episode of Something’s Burning. The comedian brings the country rocker into his kitchen for some good food and conversation.
While Kreischer preps their dinner, homemade “Rabbit Rague” pasta, they discuss everything from their pets to telling their truth, their new success, and everything in between. There’s no doubt you’ll get hungry watching this episode, but you’ll also leave it wishing it was longer.
If there’s one thing we took away from this episode, it’s the love and support the singer-songwriter and comedian have for each other. Kreischer immediately points out the first time he saw Jelly Roll and how “southernly respectful” he was, also saying, he was “over the hills” about him.
Of course, Kreischer brought his comical talents to the episode, but there were some powerful words exchanged during their time spent together. Jelly Roll commented, “I’m not supposed to be here,” and LeeAnn asked why he felt that way.
“I think it was truly purpose,” Jelly Roll told the Kreischers. “When I say it, I mean it. I think what we do is so different as far as like how we approach, especially for me with the music and just our love. I think it just shares something with people. I think it’s useful and has a service act to a degree. I think it really connects.”
Before his appearance on Something’s Burning, Jelly Roll made other plans with Kreischer as well. The “Halfway To Hell” singer recently posted a video to social media announcing to his fans that he has accepted the comedian’s “5K By May” Challenge.
Jelly Roll said in an Instagram video, “This message is for Bert Kreischer and Tom Segura. Somebody let me know I’m in for the 5k in May. Kyle Forgeard gassed me up. I’m ready to go. Anyone wanna join me?” Followers of Jelly Roll saw him walking in the woods and shouting he “believes in himself” and “I’m in Bert” while wearing a hoodie and headphones.
Click below to watch Jelly Roll’s episode of Something’s Burning Below.
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