After Luke Grimes Confirmed Shocking Ig News, “Yellowstone” Fans Are Making Demands: Attention Yellowstone enthusiasts Prior to the start of season 5, Luke Grimes just clarified the situation with his online persona. People are more curious than ever about Luke’s off-screen activities as the popular Paramount Network drama gears up for its return on November 13.
Thanks to the actor’s most recent promise to post updates on Instagram, it appears that fans will begin to get a fresh look at his life away from the ranch. Luke posted on October 20 with the message, “Hey there, Luke here.” “Yes, this is truly my Instagram, and I’m sorry for being so tardy.
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Better late than never, right? I promise to limit the number of selfies I post here, but I will occasionally check in with updates and other information. Many thanks. soon to follow The revelation that Luke was using social media caught longtime Yellowstone fans off guard because it is generally known that he prefers to keep his personal life out of the public eye.
Additionally, many people spoke out strongly about how the actor should behave on the site when they commented to the actor’s photo. However, we want all the selfies, a commenter said in the comments. Another chimed on with, “Selfies are great – include pictures with your gorgeous wife!!” in reference to Luke’s wife Bianca Rodriguez. A different supporter remarked, “Love seeing your face on here more.”
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Additionally, people were quick to start messaging him about topics like the program and his official Instagram debut. Welcome to the celebration, said a follower. Another person added, “I’m excited to see more of Yellowstone and hear the music you’re bringing us.” One of them joked, “Our king.”
Luke has dabbled in various ventures, even though his current TV work is garnering a lot of attention. The Ohio native announced in September that on April 30 at Stagecoach he would play a performance of original country tunes. A few weeks later, he reported that he had also signed a record deal to the New York Post.
According to him, he was composing some things and singing them into his iPhone before sending them to some friends. “One thing led to another, and I eventually received a call from this fantastic music manager asking if I truly wanted to do this. Well, why wouldn’t I? I responded, not really giving it much thought. I’ve now signed with Universal Nashville, secured a record deal, and scheduled a gig. Naturally, Luke is set to give us a lot more very soon.