‘Yellowstone’ Star Jen Landon Wears Head-to-Toe Leather in Rare Red Carpet Appearance
This year’s CMT Music Awards took place in Austin, Texas, but the show certainly had a Montana flair, thanks to some Yellowstone stars in attendance.
Lainey Wilson, who stars as Abby on the hit Paramount Network drama, stole the show as the most awarded nominee. She performed her hit “Heart Like a Truck” and took home two awards. But she was well-supported by her castmates, including Jen Landon, who stars as fan-favorite purple-haired ranch hand, Teeter.
Jen, whose father was legendary actor Michael Landon, looked incredible in an all-leather outfit, complete with boot-cut leather pants, a matching cropped vest that showed off her super-fit arms and “Dolly” tattoo, and a black cowboy hat.
The actress shared a photo from the event with her fans on Instagram. She wrote, “Thank you @cmt awards for having me be a part of your evening. It was such an honor to introduce one of the most talented, cool, and kind humans I’ve ever known, Ms. @laineywilsonmusic.”Jen was bombarded by comments from fans who left messages like, “😍😮those arms!!!!! 🔥🔥🔥 Teeter, the best! 🤗🤩,” “You looked so beautiful at the CMT! Love your acting! You are phenomenal!💖🙏🏼🌻,” and “Straight up goddess.”
Jen was joined onstage by Ian Bohen, who plays Ryan on Yellowstone, and country singer HARDY to introduce Lainey’s performance. In a red carpet interview, Jen said of Lainey, “She’s got that thing that I feel Dolly Parton has, Reba McEntire. She’s just the real deal. She’s a genius. She’s good at everything. She’s one of the nicest people on Earth.”
We’re hoping to see more of Jen, Lainey, and Ian when Yellowstone returns for the second half of season 5.
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