Lainey Wilson's 'Fat Bottomed Girls' Cover Playfully Highlights Her Trendy Butt  

Lainey Wilson said that she was a little taken aback when a video of her butt went viral on social media.

But she is aware of the joke, as she demonstrated once more on Wednesday night (March 14) at the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) in Nashville.  

Wilson opened a night of 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s covers with a live performance of Queen's 1978 smash song, "Fat Bottomed Girls," during an all-star karaoke night that she organized.

The chorus of the glam rock song pays tribute to large posteriors and the women who adorn them, saying that they "make the rockin' world go 'round."  

Wilson's vocals and distinctive sound, which she has nicknamed "Bell Bottom Country"—a twangy blend of retro rock and country storytelling—were ideal for the massive, dazzling, '70s guitarwork of "Fat Bottomed Girls."  

Her October 2022 album, Bell Bottom Country, has the rapidly growing hit song "Heart Like a Truck."  

Early in 2023, Wilson's posterior experienced a sharp surge in popularity as a result of fan-captured TikTok concert footage that provided an amazing view of the singer's, well, ample physical assets in addition to the stage.  

Wilson's butt left quite an impression, based on remarks left in the section.  

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