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Luke Bryan Struggles to Pronounce ‘Gyro’ in Music Video With Jimmy Fallon

Bryan and Fallon use their musical talents to sing all about the Greek dish made with ‘a vertical rotisserie of lamb meat’
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Bryan and Fallon's song pays homage to the popular New York City street food.

Luke Bryan may be a famous country music star, but he could learn a thing or two about New York City street food. On Monday night, Bryan guest starred on The Tonight Show and hit the recording studio with host Jimmy Fallon to sing a country song all about one particularly popular piece of food truck fare: the gyro.

In the “I Don’t Know How to Pronounce Gyro” music video, Bryan and Fallon get lunch from a street vendor, but when it’s Bryan’s turn to order, his knowledge of street meat is challenged.

The duo goes through a list of ways to pronounce gyro — from “gee-ro” to “here-o” and lastly “worbste,” to which Fallon chimes in, “We can safely rule that last one out.”

Luckily, by the end of the music video the street vendor gives the country singer “some peace of mind” when he reveals that the pronunciation of the street food is “yeer-o.”


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