Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line can now add “Grammy nominated” to their list of accolades. Nominated in the Best Country Duo/Group Performance category, it’s their first ever nomination and comes for their collaboration with BeBe Rexha on “Meant to Be.” Brian Kelley commented, “It feels like hard work paid off. We've wanted to be a part of Grammy night for a long time. To be invited, it's really, really special.”

The 61st Grammy Awards will air live on the CBS on February 10.


Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and his wife Hayley recently took another trip to Africa where they visited the elephant sanctuaries. The trip meant so much to him that he now sports an elephant tattoo on his outer left forearm. Tyler explains: “It represents a lot. I mean, elephants are super intellectual animals and really, honestly, I just learn more and more about them every time we go to Africa and they’re truly inspiring. Basically, their values and their morals as animals and the way they love and respect and have a community and a family and just the power— they’re just so majestic. It’s also just a reminder to preserve and take care of our environment and our world and kind of that side of things because it’s all a big circle and everything works together. So, when we start taking things for granted, even like the trees and the animals and stuff like that, you know, it starts to affect our world. And, you know, I’ve just learned a lot traveling and being on safari over the last few years. It’s just been pretty eye opening. So, it’s just a little reminder of a lot of things. But we also just love elephants and everything that they represent

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