There Must Be Something in the Water: Florida Georgia Line’s Band and Crew Experience Baby Boom

Florida Georgia Line Tyler Hubbard Baby boom
Photo courtesy Hayley Hubbard Instagram

Carrie Underwood may sing “there must be something in the water,” but the band and crew for Florida Georgia Line are certainly drinking whatever that is because it seems that there’s been an outbreak of pregnancy in the FGL Camp.

Hayley Hubbard, the expectant wife of the award-winning duo’s Tyler Hubbard, shared a photo on Instagram showing that she isn’t the only one adding to their community. It appears that five more band or crew members are also expecting and they celebrated with a group shower to prepare for the half dozen arrivals.

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A half dozen!

Hayley hilariously captions the picture: “This is what happens when FGL band and crew take a break from being on the road…  Thank you @sarahblairevents for helping make this shower happen ✨”

Shown in the photo is FGL lighting director Scott Cunningham and his wife, Annie, bass player Tom Beaupre and his wife, Jessica, guitar tech Hunter Lamb and his wife, Heather, Tyler and Hayley, bandleader and multi-instrumentalist Tyler Chiarelli and his wife, Rachel, and drummer Sean Fuller and his wife, Katie.

And, as if momming wasn’t enough, these absolutely glowing and beautiful women are also accomplished in their own right. Among them are moms to additional littles, an event planner, an interior designer, a physical therapist, and an artist manager. Something in the water, indeed!

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No arrival dates or gender reveals are shared in the image, and we would dare guess, but we do know that Hayley and Tyler are expecting a little brother to big sis Olivia in August. And we’d guess that the rest of these little miracles are expected to arrive around the same time or not far after.

Thanks to Florida Georgia Line, the state of Tennessee is going to feel a census boost!