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  • Thanks so much for being here.

  • Congratulations, I heard you had a baby.

  • I had a baby, yeah, just a couple of days ago.

  • Well not you didn't have a baby.

  • I actually did it, I had the baby.

  • It's never been done before.

  • No, we had a baby.

  • Did it hurt?

  • Not that bad, wait, was a couple of days ago.

  • Last Wednesday, my wife gave birth to a boy,

  • which is our first boy, so it was very exciting yeah.

  • (crowd clapping)

  • Actually, it's great that you're on tonight

  • because I don't know what I'm doing.

  • And you actually have a little girl and a little boy.

  • Yeah.

  • And so you can help me out.

  • Well, I don't know what I'm doing either but, yeah.

  • Really, really I mean.

  • You don't have to have a license.

  • You don't have to have a license?

  • I clearly need a license.

  • One of the things they've warned me about

  • is you've got to make sure that our daughter

  • doesn't get jealous.

  • So they told us all these things, like give her presents

  • and say, it's from the baby boy who just showed up

  • but I think she knows something's up.

  • She's like, "how did he buy these."

  • He doesn't have any money.

  • Yeah, where did he go?

  • Maybe he has a credit card.

  • Yeah, exactly, there's all these weird things like that

  • that you think.

  • did you have to worry about that?

  • Yeah, well I think we did that too

  • and my daughter is pretty savvy, she's like,

  • "yeah, daddy told me that it came from Deacon

  • but I know he went and bought it himself."

  • She's very savvy

  • but there is like a big difference between boys and girls.

  • They're so different.

  • Like even tonight I was just, I was leaving the hotel

  • and my son, he has just a really quick temper

  • and I said, "I have to go to work."

  • And he went and he threw his truck at me.

  • and Ava goes, "now Deacon."

  • She goes, "mommy has to go to work

  • so she can make money so she can pay the bill.

  • So you can keep your pillow and your blanket."

  • (crowd laughing)

  • That's incredible.

  • That's scary.

  • I laughed so hard.

  • She's incredible.

  • And she did it all while she was coloring.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's why she's got attitude also.

  • I can do this and color at the same time.

  • She didn't even look up.

  • That is amazing.

  • The other thing they told us about was, I mean,

  • so far our boy is so mellow,

  • he's just a baby, but our daughter was so kind of intense

  • and the baby's like goo goo, you know.

  • He's here, he's chilling out.

  • He's here, he's doing a good job

  • but no, two is a whole new thing

  • and one thing the pediatrician told us to do

  • is when you talk to your daughter,

  • come up with all these things

  • so that she doesn't get jealous,

  • say, "you've got the pockets on your pants.

  • Little Beckett doesn't have that

  • 'cause he's too little, like and I thought,

  • it just sounds like we're taunting the new baby.

  • You can walk but he can't because he's too little, like,

  • people overthink it maybe.

  • You know, no somebody told me

  • like a director of a school or something,

  • make sure you complain about the baby to the older child.

  • Like, his crying is really hurting my ears.

  • I really don't like it when the baby,

  • like and I thought that was kind of weird and somewhat evil.

  • I really hate your brother.

  • (crowd laughing)

  • Maybe you and I should just go hate your brother.

  • Yeah exactly., that's a good idea.

  • You seem like you'd be a terrific mom.

  • You're very together.

  • You're a very well-organized person, I've read.

  • Is that true, is that fair to say?

  • You know, I don't think I am.

  • And then I have these moments where I'm just you know,

  • over the summer we went to visit Ryan's parents

  • in Delaware and they had just gotten this new house

  • and everybody was kind of sleeping and I was jet lagged.

  • So I woke up early and I tiptoed

  • and I discovered she had one of those label makers

  • and I started labeling her house

  • and I was like, and then she came down.

  • She's like, "what are you doing?"

  • I said, "I was just labeling your China

  • and your napkin drawer."

  • And she just was like, "what are you doing?"

  • It was just odd.

  • I mean, I can see that.

  • Some people will relax that way but just, you know,

  • it's weird to do it in someone else's home probably,

  • you know?

  • Or your mother-in-law's home, that wasn't very good.

  • You showed up here and you made a label for me

  • that said "host" and you put that right on your head.

  • You know, it makes things very clear.

  • Yeah, clear and simple.

  • Everyone knows their place, you stay over there.

  • You stay there, you're host, I'm guest.

  • We work this out.

  • Now I want to talk about this movie,

  • I saw this movie a couple of days ago and it blew me away.

  • After you had a baby you went and saw a movie, oh my God.

  • This is one of the last things I did

  • before the baby was born.

  • Oh, that's great.

  • I'm sure your wife was happy about that.

  • No you go honey.

  • She came with me.

  • I'll just be in labor.

  • No, she came with me, she wasn't in labor yet.

  • Oh cool.

  • We came, we saw the movie and then that did it.

  • Whoa.

  • It was that good, the baby was like,

  • "there must be more films like this in the world."

  • No, it really is an extraordinary film

  • and it's a great love story.

  • Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash.

  • This is an amazing story

  • and what I didn't realize is you sing in this movie,

  • but when you got the role,

  • you didn't know that you were really going to be singing.

  • Is that right?

  • No, I was a little bit of hoodwinked there.

  • They told me I had this job

  • and I was going to do the acting part and play June Carter.

  • and then about two weeks after I signed all the contracts

  • the director called me up and he said,

  • "I want you to come to my house."

  • And I came to his house

  • and he said, "sing a little something for me."

  • I was like, "why?"

  • He said, "Oh, 'cause I'm gonna have you

  • record all her tracks."

  • And I just freaked out

  • 'cause I've never sung before professionally

  • and more ever than that

  • I have stage fright, terrible stage fright.

  • I sweat, my knees sweat, my ears sweat

  • when I see more than 20 people,

  • it makes me very nervous.

  • Right, right, don't look over there.

  • There's no one there, it's a laugh track.

  • Get out.

  • But you know, what's funny is I mean

  • and I'm not just saying this.

  • You're great, you do a fantastic job.

  • You're a great singer

  • and so it's a little hard for me to believe

  • that you hadn't done it before.

  • How did you get to that point where you can sing like this?

  • Well, we practiced, we did six months of voice lessons.

  • And then we recorded an album over six months

  • but that was a long time to rehearse for a movie.

  • I mean, we usually rehearse for a week

  • and I got to learn how to sing basically,

  • this man, Roger Love taught me how to sing.

  • And now you're a little uncomfortable.

  • 'cause people I understand, are coming up to you

  • and saying you're a great singer,

  • and you feel like, "Oh no, I'm not."

  • Yeah, well this morning I was on Good Morning America

  • and I was in the elevator with Garth Brooks

  • and there's like 12 people in the elevator

  • and there was Garth Brooks

  • and he's this big country music star

  • and someone across the elevator,

  • across Garth Brooks to me goes,

  • "Reece, I heard you're a really good singer in the movie,

  • you're so good, oh my gosh, I didn't know you could sing."

  • And I keep looking at him going,

  • "no, I can't, I can't."

  • I was so embarrassed

  • and he's like, "Oh, you're trying to sing in this movie?"

  • I was like.

  • Yeah, it just feels like,

  • "I don't want Garth Brooks in the elevator

  • when this is happening."

  • And then she's like, "no, you're the best singer

  • in the elevator."

  • (crowd laughing)

  • Not good, not good.

Thanks so much for being here.

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