Terry Bradshaw Accidentally Covers His Daughter Rachel’s NSFW Album

Terry Bradshawtries to help her daughter Rachel BradshawThe new album has backfired in an awkward way.

In the latest episode of E! series The Bradshaw Band, Rachel Bradshaw has revealed she isn’t just ready to make music again after quitting when she tragically lost her husband.

Terry had made several attempts to revive his daughter’s career. and Rachel surprised him by playing a self-written track she was working on.

Terry thought about how he could help his daughter and came up with the idea of ​​designing her album cover himself.

“Don’t you think she might want to have an opinion on that?” Terry’s wife Tammy Bradshaw asked after her husband was already on the phone with a printing company in Nashville. “Asking for feedback is a good idea!”

Terry, very convinced that he was making the right choice, said to Tammy: “There is a very thin line between intervening and helping.

He broke his news to Rachel on Facetime, but she didn’t see the album design until she stopped by the family home.

The album cover shows a black and white photo of Rachel with her name above it. Towards the middle right of the album, “Bares It All” is written.

“Have you figured it all out? It’s a sexual reference,” Rachel told her father.

Terry insisted this referred strictly to her music, saying it meant she bared her “soul” through music.

Rachel still wasn’t a fan and said the album cover screamed “Rachel is getting naked, basically.”

To make matters worse, Terry has already ordered 5,000 album covers.

“Did you learn anything from the bench announcements?” Rachel asked, referring to when her dad put Rachel’s pictures on benches that said, “Seal the deal with Rachel Bradshaw.”

The two walked back and forth and eventually Rachel recognized her father’s attempt to help and Terry realized his mistake.

Tammy summed it up and said to her husband, “You know the hardest part about being a parent? You raise your children to grow so they can take care of themselves. Once they get them to that point, you have to let them go and do it. :

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