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Country star Nathan Carter goes viral with shirtless selfie on Lough Erne

“First weekend out on the water... How lucky to have Lough Erne on the doorstep #Fermanagh #boating.”

Country star Nathan Carter on Lough Erne in Co. Fermanagh

Neasa Cumiskey

Singer and Sunday World columnist Nathan Carter has driven fans crazy after sharing an Instagram post of him enjoying the nice weather.

The country music star has been soaking up the sun over the last few days and gave followers a glimpse into his action-packed weekend on social media.

He took a boat trip to Lough Erne in Co. Fermanagh with some friends yesterday and shared some photos from his excursion on Instagram, much to the delight of fans.

Posting a shirtless selfie standing on the boat, Nathan said that he was very “lucky” to have such beautiful scenery near him.

He wrote: “First weekend out on the water... How lucky to have Lough Erne on the doorstep #Fermanagh #boating.”

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The Wagon Wheel singer seems to have sent fans into a frenzy with his latest post, as many flocked to the comments to compliment him.

“Fab day for the boat, don’t be tormenting us with that hot bod lol,” one admirer wrote.

Another commented: “Nice view... the lake is okay too I suppose!”

The country singer recently turned 30, but unfortunately it doesn’t look like he’ll be settling down any time soon.

He appeared as a guest on former flame Lisa McHugh’s podcast back in January, and when asked why he was still single, he confessed that he wants to stay focused on music for now.

Nathan shared: “I think that my obsession with music has not helped. And my fear of commitment has not helped. I've just enjoyed myself too much as well, being single and being on the road touring and meeting people.

“The music business is a killer for relationships as well. As we all know it's not an easy place. I've definitely seen that with different lads in the band who are married. Some of the lads are single and some of them are not, and it's very tough.

“Being away on tour in America for a month is so, so hard on a relationship. You have to have so much trust, especially in the music business because you are around so many people who are [willing],” he added.

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