Ashley McBryde didn’t care to strive for weight loss at the beginning of her career. However, for the last five years, McBryde has been losing her weight consistently. Know about motive and her weight loss journey right below. Also, know in detail about her performance and achievement at the 57th Academy Of Country Music Awards.
Ashley McBryde is a singer and songwriter from Mammoth Spring, Arkansas, who was born and raised in the United States. She is best known for singing and co-writing country music nowadays. She grew up in Arkansas and was always drawn to all forms of music from a young age.
McBryde also acquired a love for songwriting and eventually moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a career in music. Ashley has released albums such as Girl Going Nowhere and Jalopies & Expensive Guitars since she began her career in 2006. McBryde released two self-published albums between 2006 and 2011.
Eric Church was a fan of her 2016 extended play (EP) Jalopies & Expensive Guitars. His encouragement assisted her in getting a recording contract with Warner Music Nashville for country music.
Ashley McBryde’s Weight Loss: How Much Weight Did the Country Musician Lose?
In 2021, Ashley McBryde (@ashleymcbryde) was forced to postpone a few performances during her headlining This Town Talks Tour in September 2021 after falling off a horse and landing on her head.
The accident left her with a concussion and necessitated scalp stitches. However, that was not a big issue for her career compared to issues she had because of her weight.
During Ashley McBryde’s early days, people close to her who were actually working with her started saying her to run twice. As a result, she started getting unsecured and annoyed as well. She told Music Week that she was well aware of her size and didn’t want to work out. She also claimed that she wanted to get healthy but hated running at the same time.
Ashley McBryde also revealed that her team wanted her to work on her physical appearance for the media presence. After all those comments and suggestions, she realized that it was time for her to work on herself as she didn’t want people to whisper on-screen or while performing. She then started her natural weight loss journey.
The secret of McBryde’s weight loss is nothing special but due to her body consciousness. The exact amount of weight she lost has yet to be reported. However, some reports suggest that the country singer lost more than 35 pounds. Ashley McBryde is self-conscious about her appearance and follows a strict diet to stay in shape. She is currently weighing roughly 62 kg.
McBryde looks very healthy and fit as of March 2022. Looking at her before and after pictures, it is very clear that the singer has worked really hard to shape her body better. As she wished, she now perfectly fits in-camera with her band members. We hope to see her rocking with her music and performances and we wish her the best.
Ashley McBryde, a Mammoth Spring Native, Took Away an Academy of Country Music Award
At the Academy of Country Music’s annual award event, Mammoth Spring resident, country music superstar, and all-around badass Ashley McBryde took home the award for Best Music Event of the Year for Never Wanted to Be That Girl, a duet with fellow performer Carly Pearce.
On Monday evening, Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde performed their duet at the 57th Academy Of Country Music Awards (Mar.7). The female powerhouses sang a stripped-down version of their heartbreaking duet, Never Wanted To Be That Girl, which had earlier in the evening been named ACM Music Event of the Year.
Never Wanted To Be That Girl, co-written by the duet partners and Shane McAnally, comes on Pearce‘s current album, 29: Written In Stone.
The 57th Academy of Country Music Awards aired exclusively on Prime Video at 8/7c on Monday, March 7. The two-hour show was co-hosted by global icon Dolly Parton, Jimmie Allen, and Gabby Barrett was streamed live without commercials and featured 20+ performances from some of country music’s hottest superstars and rising newcomers.
The ACM Awards made history by becoming the first major awards event to stream exclusively on Prime Video in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
Parker McCollum and Lainey Wilson, who were named New Male and New Female Artists of the Year performed alongside Barrett, Allen, Jason Aldean, Carrie Underwood, Kane Brown, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Walker Hayes, Maren Morris, Brothers Osborne, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, Chris Young, Lady A, and Kelly Clarkson, among others.
Several collaborations were also part of the concert of the year, including Dolly Parton and Kelsea Ballerini (“Big Dreams & Faded Jeans“), BRELAND with Thomas Rhett (“Praise The Lord“), Jordan Davis (“Buy Dir,” feat. Luke Bryan), Brothers Osborne and Brittney Spencer (“These Boots Are Made for Walking“), Parmalee and Blanco Brown with Brooke Eden (“Just the Way“), Chris Young featuring Mitchell Tenpenny (“At the End of a Bar“) and Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde (“Never Wanted to Be That Girl“).