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Is country singer Brett Eldredge married?

COUNTRY singer and songwriter Brett Eldredge has kept his private life under wraps, so it's unclear whether the music star is married.

He is known to have previously dated a Victoria's Secret model and has also been linked to Duck Dynasty's Sadie Robertson.

Who is Brett Eldredge?

Brett Eldredge is a country singer, songwriter and record producer.

The 34-year-old shot to fame with his debut album Bring You Back in 2013.

He has had five No. 1 singles on the Billboard Country Airplay chart and has won multiple accolades for his five studio albums.

Is he married?

Brett has kept his personal relationships private over the years, so it's unclear if he is married.

In 2018, Duck Dynasty star Sadie Robertson appeared as a leading lady in the video for his hit single The Long Way which set dating rumors ablaze.

"Brett's amazing," she gushed to Entertainment Tonight at the time about their shoot.

"We had the most fun that day. We just goofed off ... he's a goober, he's hilarious," she says with obvious fondness. "That started a friendship that will hopefully last a long time."

"Everybody thinks we're dating," she continued. "We just had so much fun together. Everybody was like, 'No, you were really laughing.' We really were. We really did have a great time. But I don't know, girl, it's too complicated."

Who is Brett Eldredge?

Here's a few quick facts about the country superstar.

Previously Brett was confirmed to have been dating Victoria's Secret model Rachel Hilbert, who starred in his "Lose My Mind" music video.

Who is the woman in his song Gabrielle?

Brett's new album Sunday Drive features song Gabrielle about a long-lost love that didn't work out, leaving fans speculating as to who Gabrielle really is.

Brett co-wrote "Gabrielle" with Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk, the producers of Kacey Musgraves' acclaimed, Grammy-winning album Golden Hour.

Brett claimed that the song was nostalgic and commemorative of a relationship that once was.

"It's kind of a breakup song, but with the bittersweet, kind-of happy, wishing the other person well within their life, wherever they are," he told The Boot.

"But you still kind of look back and wonder, you know, at a certain point in your life, or often, what that person's up to and where they are now, and what it could have been and what if, you know?"

The country star didn't confirm the identity of who Gabrielle was, but said it was absolutely about a "real situation" in his life.

"And so, I'm not saying whether or not it's - whether the person's name actually is Gabrielle, but it is about a real situation in my life."

What is Brett and Kelly Clarkson's new duet?

Brett and Kelly Clarkson recently recorded and released a Christmas cover for Under the Mistletoe.

In an interview with Good Morning America earlier this year, Kelly said that she had "a couple of Christmas things dropping." 

She announced the duet on Instagram writing "I know it's a little early, but I just couldn't wait to release this one!" 

"I love writing new Christmas songs that have a classic, throwback vibe," Clarkson said in a statement.

"Brett is such an amazing singer and I was so impressed by his classic sound on his Christmas record, so it was a perfect match for picking a duet partner for ‘Under the Mistletoe.'"

Brett said he was "blown away by the soul and joy" of "Under the Mistletoe" when he first heard the song.

Brett has previously released his own Christmas catalog with 2016's Glow, featuring Baby, It's Cold Outside with Meghan Trainor.

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