Ya can't even get through a country music awards show without hearing about Aaron Rodgers ... 'cause the Green Bay Packers QB's COVID-19 drama was the butt of a joke during Luke Bryan's opening monologue.
The country singer welcomed the crowd at the 55th Country Music Awards Wednesday night by thanking everyone for going through the proper protocols to be present for the event ... which turned into the perfect opportunity to poke fun at the NFL MVP.
Host Luke Bryan kicks of the 55th annual Country Music Awards with a nod to Aaron Rodgers:
"Rest assured, we're following all the health protocols to keep everyone safe," Bryan said. "And, it is so great to be here with all my favorite artists, tested and together ... or immunized???"
Of course, Bryan's line is mocking Rodgers' now-infamous response to questions surrounding his COVID-19 vaccine status back in August ... when he did not say he got the jab, but rather was "immunized."
Even Mark Hamill got in on it, tweeting his displeasure with Rodgers rocking a Star Wars hoodie during his McAfee interview ... saying, "Of all the sweatshirts he could have worn, he had to take full responsibility in THAT one?"