MAREN Morris has shown off her long legs in Daisy Dukes for her husband Ryan Hurd’s new music video after she clapped back at her mom-shamers.
Maren, 32, and Ryan, 35, shared sweet moments from their music video on Instagram.
In the first snapshot, the country singer flashed a smile as she held a large cup of blue slushie in her hand.
She modeled a rainbow-striped shirt and wore denim shorts, which bared her long legs.
In the next snap, Ryan was drinking from the same cup with her as they sipped from crazy loop straws.
The Diamonds or Twine star wore a plaid shirt and strutted around in tight jeans.
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In the last image, the Nashville singer appeared to be nervous while roller-skating as she held onto his partner’s hand.
Footage from the music video of his song, Pass It On, played in the final slide.
Maren captioned the post: “Slushie girl at your service.
“Thanks for having me in your video.”
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She concluded: “Glad we didn’t break any bones before the tour.”
Maren has been married to Ryan since 2018.
The couple welcomed a baby boy named Hayes in March 2020.
BEING A ROLLERGIRL
With the same tight shirt on, she perked up her booty while posing in her ripped denim shorts.
The All It Takes star shared an image of her blue high heels and high socks.
Her roller skates sat on a dark blue carpet, which was designed with images of stars.
During the short clip, Maren appeared to be rollerskating across the rink.
She shook her wavy brunette hair slightly and flaunted her round earrings.
Maren waved her arm and showed off the tattoo near the shirt’s sleeve.
The Humble Quest artist wrote: “B*tch on wheels,” with an emoji of a rainbow.
‘GET OVER IT’
In March, the country music star clapped back at a mean-spirited cyberbully who mocked her in the comments section.
Maren posted a sexy image of herself while dressed up for the stage.
The singer stood with her arms crossed above her head while sporting a romper and fishnet tights.
She jokingly wrote in the caption: “Pirouette? Checking my deodorant? Touring? All of the above?
“Either way, I’m excited to see y’all.”
The troll dropped a diss in the comments section: “Please dress appropriately.”
Maren clapped back: “RESPECT 4 MOM BOOBZ.”
She then added an Instagram Story and explained why she needed to respond to the troll.
The mother of one admitted: “I see this kind of comment a lot on country music accounts at me, soo…”
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She concluded: “Get over it!”
After receiving backlash from both Maren and her fanbase, the troll deleted the harsh statement.