Fresh off of their electrifying performance at the 2018 ACM Awards on Sunday (April 15), country duo Florida Georgia Line and Bebe Rexha headed to Los Angeles to pay a visit to Ellen DeGeneres for a performance on her popular talk show.

With Rexha, Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard put the studio audience at the Ellen DeGeneres Show into a frenzy with a performance of their huge hit “Meant to Be.” And while the performance touched all the right notes, what happened backstage was even more amazing, as Hubbard’s baby daughter Olivia Rose got some love from Rexha.

“It still blows my mind that just year ago we didn’t even know these little angels were going to be part of our lives,” Hubbard’s wife Haley writes on her Instagram page on Wednesday (April 18), sharing a photo of Olivia with Rexha in the greenroom.

“A year ago Bebe came into our lives when Charlie Puth cancelled his write with FGL, so Bebe stepped in instead," she says. "It was a year ago that she showed up to the studio at 8pm thinking she was just going to meet up with the guys and say hey but little did we all know, “Meant to Be” would be born. Now a year later we’re all at The Ellen Show with baby Liv watching them.”

Florida Georgia Line are finding themselves in yet another chapter in what has been quite a story for the duo, who are currently celebrating that "Meant to Be" is enjoying its 20th consecutive week at the top spot of the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It has surpassed their own previously held 18-week record with "H.O.L.Y."

The duo plan to keep the party going with an April 26 performance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! alongside Morgan Wallen to perform the Top 15 single “Up Down.”  They will also make their headlining debut at the annual Stagecoach Festival in Indio, Calif., on April 27.

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