Lainey Wilson Brings Yellowstone Co-Star Ian Bohen On Stage In California: ‘One Of My Best Friends’

Ryan is in the building.

Earlier this week, Lainey Wilson brought her to a show in California yellowstone Co-star (and love interest) Ian Bohen, who plays Ryan on the show.

She introduced him to the crowd:

“I have to play a musician named Abby.

I gotta pretty much be myself, I gotta wear my bell bottoms, I gotta sing my own songs… and I’m telling you, I’ve met some of the best people in this cast and crew.

And I have someone here tonight whose true love is Abby. You give it up for Ryan on Yellowstone.

This guy right here has become one of my best friends. He is one of the most talented people I have ever met on earth. He taught me so much just by being around him. You give it up for Ian Bohen.

You all saw us making out in episodes 6 and 7.”

Too bad it did not work…

Lainey Wilson Says “Angles Are So Important” During First Kiss On Screen

Can’t say I wasn’t a little nervous about meeting Kelly Reilly just because of the badass character she plays, yellowstoneBethDutton.

We saw it again and again in the hit Paramount series how ruthless Beth can be, both physically and verbally, so it’s understandable why Lainey Wilsons was a little nervous meeting Kelly on set for the first time.

Laine is a new actor In this year’s show, he plays a musician named Abby and she very first scene was actually with Kelly.

She told you recently The Tennessee that she even told Kelly that she thought she was “putting me in a headlock”:

“When I met her, I told her, ‘I thought you were going to put me in a headlock.'”

And it’s not hard to see why she would think that…

But we’ve heard that too many times how cute Kelly really is (basically the opposite of Beth) and Lainey says she even gave her homemade bath salts as a gift.

Can’t say I saw this coming, but I love it:

“But we got along really well. She even gave me some handmade bath salts.”

And she also shared with them a bit about her steamy first on-screen kiss with Ryan (Ian Bohen), which finally happened last night as their romance at Dutton Ranch is finally gaining momentum.

She says that when it came to kissing for a TV show, she didn’t know exactly what she was doing, but she found out pretty quickly how important angles are when both people are wearing cowboy hats:

“I didn’t really know what I was doing, but you go in head first. I wanted to give people their money’s worth.

It’s definitely about tilting your head to one side; Angles are so important.

And there comes another kiss where I take off my hat. Then you know it’s time to get down to business.”

I have to say that in the first episode of season 5 I was very excited to find out that Ryan was going to be her love interest.

In addressing this, she says that creator Taylor Sheridan didn’t tell her which of the Bunkhouse guys she would be having an affair with, so I have to imagine she was quite surprised when he found out he was it was:

“All I got from him at the time was that I would play a musician who would fall in love with one of the guys. He didn’t even tell me which one.”

She added that she told her parents not to watch the show because she “didn’t want to be on their prayer list,” as she and Ryan take their flirting to the next level:

“I said to my mom and dad, ‘Maybe you don’t want to watch this show.’ I don’t want to be on their prayer list.”

Lainey has also debuted new songs in previous episodes of the show, such as “Smell like smoke” and “New friends,” and on yesterday’s episode she not only flirted with Ryan but also performed two other tunes at the annual branding, my favourite “Watermelon Moonshine”, and Hold My Halo.

The new ones will be retrospectively added to the track listing of their recently released fourth studio album Bell bottom country, as well as, and if you are looking for the entire yellowstone Soundtrack, complete all Season 5 Episodes then look no further.

Our Yellowstone: The soundtrack playlistwith every song from every episode updated in real time every Sunday night.


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