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Hillary Scott is nearing the end of her pregnancy and recently shared a pretty incredible video that shows her twin girls quite literally on the move. In the video the twins can be seen actively kicking inside her belly, giving fans a glimpse into a special moment in her pregnancy. In the caption, Scott called her twin girls "baby ninjas" and said she's still "absolutely floored by the fact that we are created to carry life, and that they MOVE like this within us." She then wrote, "I'm trying to soak up these (slightly less uncomfortable) moments that I will miss and try to hold in my heart forever."
Baby Ninjas. 😳💕 I’m still absolutely floored by the fact that we are created to carry life, and that they MOVE like this within us. As I’m nearing the end of carrying these two precious little girls, I’m trying to soak up these(slightly less uncomfortable) moments that I will miss and try to hold in my heart forever. 😍
Jon Pardi appears to be plotting a duet with his tour mate, Miranda Lambert. In a recent interview he revealed that he's actually recorded a song written by Miranda for his next album with hopes that she'll sing on it, too. While the duet isn't official just yet, Jon does say, "I'm working on it, but we did shake hands. You know Miranda-she's a Texan. A handshake goes a long way. There might be some collab on the next record."
Brian Kelley finally got to meet Florida Georgia Line's newest member: Tyler Hubbard's newborn baby girl, Olivia Rose. On Thursday, Brian posted a picture on Instagram that shows him and wife Brittney sitting on the couch next to the little bundle of joy. Brian said in the caption, "Hard not to get emotional while meeting this precious angel today oh my Lord what a blessing!" He then talked about how proud he is of Tyler and his wife, Hayley, writing, "What a beautiful story God is writing. Y'all got parents of the year on lock already."
Gary Levox from Rascal Flatts personal tour bus caught fire Saturday morning on the way to a hunting trip in Louisiana. He and his brother were on board when it happened but they were able to escape without injuries. It's not clear what caused the fire. He posted a clip through the front door showing smoke inside the cabin. He wrote, "It happened quick and could have been a different story if the ammunition would've caught fire. Thank you lord for your covering this morning."
He also posted a photo of hunting gear sitting on the ground next to the bus, and said, "Not where I was wanting to watch the sunrise."