Tyler Farr Explains Why He Refused the Idea of a Prenup
Tyler Farr married his longtime girlfriend, Hannah Freeman, on October 10, 2016 in Tennessee, and he admits he doesn't have a backup plan. Farr says that a number of friends suggested that he and his now-wife sign a prenup, but he refused.
“I had several friends suggest that. In the music business, that’s a standard,” Farr tells People. “But I said, if I need a prenup, I don’t need to be getting married. I’m getting married one time and that’s it."
Adds the star, "The only way this is going to end is if she leaves me — and if she leaves me, I deserved it.”
The country singer and his bride — a 25-year-old registered nurse — enjoyed a beautiful wedding day, with the ceremony taking place in an outdoor pavilion.
“I cried at pretty much every part of the wedding,” Farr says. “That was the first time probably 98 percent of people in that room have ever seen me cry. They probably had their doubts that I could form teardrops! But they were pretty visible.”
Friends in attendance included Farr's best man, Jason Aldean, and groomsmen Lee Brice and Colt Ford. But Farr also had a surprise guest for his wife: Brad Paisley. Paisley performed his new single "Today" for the couple's first dance.
“I couldn’t believe he put it together,” Freeman says. “It was beautiful.”
Farr previously explained how he struggled to write a wedding song for his bride all summer while opening for Paisley. A week before his wedding day, Paisley showed him a clip of the video for the powerful "Today," and Farr was moved to tears.
“I was on his bus and he showed me the video and I just teared up,” Farr says. “I’m very blunt and I was like, ‘That song was amazing and I want to surprise my fiancée with something really special. Would you come and play this song for our first dance?’"
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