Country Stars Celebrate Love on Valentine’s Day

County music has got the love this Valentine’s Day, and many of the genre’s biggest stars celebrated the annual holiday in style.

Whether they be in long term relationships or single and living it up, country artists honored the February 14 occasion all throughout social media. Posting throwbacks of first dates to inspiring ideas of how they spent the day, it was apparent how much they all love love.

Carrie Underwood got real in her Instagram post dedicated to her man, Mike Fisher. While opening up about her candid thoughts on Valentine’s Day, she focused on what love means to her.

“Anyone who knows me knows that Valentine’s Day is my least favorite holiday. I can’t put my finger on exactly why that is but it may be because I want my true love to love me “extra special” for 365 days out of the year…not just on the one day that he’s ‘supposed’ to. That said, everyone else has been posting the sweetest pics of them and their loves, so here’s mine. My Valentine… Every. Single. Day. Hope you all are being sweet to each other out there,” she said.

Jason Aldean gave a simple yet sweet shoutout to his wife, Brittany, alongside a picture of the gorgeous couple looking so happy in love.

“When you know, you just know. Happy Valentines Day to my best friend and my forever Valentine. I love you baby,” the “You Make It Easy” singer captioned the snapshot.

Brad Paisley decided to take the holiday in the funny direction as he spent the night before Valentine’s Day at the Grand Ole Opry with his pal, Blake Shelton.

“Get yourself a Valentine’s date that looks at you the way @BlakeShelton looks at me,” Paisley joked.

Check out how the rest of your favorite country stars spent the lovey-dovey day in the posts below.

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