Zach Bryan Stands In Front Of The Mona Lisa
Zach Bryan has been enjoying a winter vacation with his girlfriend Brianna. The couple are in Paris and posted a photo at the Louvre. They posed in front of one of the most famous paintings in the world: The Mona Lisa.
Zach posted a photo of him and his girlfriend wearing a matching Mona Lisa t-shirts. They were standing in line to get in front of the famous painting. He captioned the post, “Pookie is looking absolutely fire.”
Many of his fans commented on the post, including one who wondered if he and his girlfriend came across the protesters who threw soup at the painting this week (1/28). The fan asked, “Did y’all get caught in the soup crossfire?” Another fan quipped, “Soups up on Lisa.”
According to the Washington Post, on Sunday (1/28), two female activists tossed soup at the Mona Lisa to protest food security and protections for farmers. The masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci is fortified behind armored glass and was not damaged.
Bryan promised his mother he would graduate from college before she passed away, and he kept that promise. After his final show of 2023, family and friends surprised him with a graduation ceremony, and he posted a video clip of the moment on TikTok.
The video shows Zach dressed in a cap and gown as a mariachi band plays, and he walked toward a big balloon display as his friends cheer him on. Bryan’s archive TikTok account captioned the post, “Zach Bryan promised his late mother that he would graduate college. He kept that promise, and his friends and family surprised him with a celebration after his last show of 2023.”
Zach Bryan promised his late mother that he would graduate college. He kept that promise and his friends and family surpised him with a celebration after his last show of 2023. 🙏🏽 #ZachBryan @Country Chord♬ original sound - Zach Bryan Archive
Bryan’s mom, Annette Bryan, was someone Zach told People was “like my best friend in the world.” She died in 2016. His first studio album, DeAnn, was self-released in 2019, and the title was in honor of Annette, whose middle name was DeAnn.