Country star Brett Eldredge celebrates No. 1 hit by shark diving

Posted Jul 18, 2014 by Markos Papadatos
Country singer Brett Eldredge is known for celebrating his No. 1 singles in adventurous ways. For his first chart-topper "Don't Ya," he went skydiving.
Country singer Brett Eldredge
Country singer Brett Eldredge
Courtesy of Warner Music Nashville
His latest single, the upbeat "Beat of the Music" also topped the charts, and he celebrated this milestone the only way he knew how, by swimming in "shark-infested waters," according to People Magazine.
Eldredge posted a photo of his latest adventure where he was diving the sharks on his official Facebook page. In one hand, he was holding the No. 1 single plaque, and in the other hand, he was holding the gold certification for "Beat of the Music."
His new single "Mean To Me" was officially released on July 14, and it is already impacting country radio stations nationwide.
This past February, I had the chance to chat with Eldredge and our interview may be seen by clicking here.
To cap off his great year, he was nominated for an Academy of Country Music (ACM) award for "New Artist of the Year," and he was nominated for "Breakthrough Video of the Year" at the CMT Music Awards.
One can only question, what will Eldredge do next if "Mean To Me" were to follow the success of "Don't Ya" and "Beat of the Music." I guess country fans will only have to wait and see.