Luke Bryan's hip thrusts can get a little dangerous -- and the singer recently learned that first hand.
ET's Keltie Knight sat down with the country star at his album release party at the iHeartRadio Theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday, where he opened up about his recent in-concert wardrobe malfunction.
"After all of these years of averting this one wardrobe malfunction, it finally showed itself," he admitted. "The fly was down, the zipper was down."
"[In] stadiums, you have to accentuate the hip thrusting," he continued. "I don't want to hip thrust too much in an intimate setting because it would send a shock wave."
When he's not wowing the audience with his moves on stage -- or working on new music (his new album, What Makes You Country, is out now), Bryan is getting back to his country roots.
"There are obviously things about my life that are less country than they were back when I was just strictly a small town kid in South Georgia," Bryan revealed. "What's funny is my success in music has allowed me to revert back to more country things, because when you're jump-starting your career in Nashville, you're scraping by. You don't have any fishing tackle, you don't have anywhere to go hunting."