'Naked barista': Brian Kelley's wife Brittney reveals he ditches clothes while serving her morning coffee
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: Brian Kelley bares it all when it comes to making morning coffee for his wife Brittney Kelley. The intimate info was revealed by the country singer’s better half while her husband gave a tour of their Nashville home for MTV’s Cribs, show. After the pair playfully flaunted their kitchen, they shifted the focus to their stocked ‘butler’s’ pantry. As they entered, Brittney joked, "I'm about to show you where the naked barista gets down."
On this remark, Brian gave a quick, playful shrug to the camera while Brittney went ahead introducing their sage green ‘butler's’ pantry. "You're looking at the butler," Brian quickly replied before Brittney went on and shared their little ‘naked barista’ secret. "He likes to put this little towel around him and make me coffee in the morning," as she pointed out to a thin tea towel hung up by the couple's coffee corner. Brittney then joked again, "You want to do it now?" as she mischievously began to start unbuttoning Brian’s button-down. "He's not available today. He's taking a sabbatical," responded the country singer.
Brian was able to get back at Brittney for this embarrassing reveal during a tour of her closet when the musician asked about the contents of her boots. Playfully Brian got back at Brittany for sharing this embarrassing detail about him, "You naked barista-ed me, so I've got to boot you," he said. Brittney then told during the episode that she tried ordering boot stuffers online, but after it didn’t go as per plan, she then decided to stuff some t-shirts inside her boots, just like any ‘real redneck.’ Her husband then cheekily got in with the wife’s admission, and said, "[He] might have some t-shirts in [his] boots if you look close enough," reports People.
Last year in August, one of Brittney’s Instagram followers asked her whether she was planning on becoming a mom soon, she responded by saying, "If it's in God's plan we do. I've been off birth control for over 5 years and we are definitely practicing but not actively 'trying.' Not everyone is just able to get pregnant that easily!" She further wrote, "I've been getting this question since the day we got married 8 years ago which shouldn't be the case. We shouldn't pressure women into answering because honestly WHO REALLY KNOWS other than God? We feel at peace if kids aren't in the plan for us!"