Brett Eldredge Makes Half of Florida Georgia Line Lose His Mind

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Tyler Hubbard, the Georgia half of Florida Georgia Line, recently said “I do” to Hayley Stommel and shared a portion of the couple’s wedding video with the masses. Fans might have even recognized the sultry singing voice that brought the moving pictures to life as another chart-topping country music star.

It turns out that Brett Eldredge gave Tyler and Hayley a very special wedding gift — use of his unreleased song “Drunk On Your Love” for their video — explaining that he and Hayley are longtime friends, stemming back to before Brett’s days in the limelight. Brett told People Now:

Hayley and I used to live close to each other, and she’d hear all the demos on my songs before I had any hit songs . . . She loved the song, and she played it for Tyler when they started dating. They both loved the song, and literally, the night of the dress rehearsal for the wedding they were like we want to use this as our song to unveil our whole wedding video.

The Hubbards’ wedding video isn’t the only place people can hear “Drunk On Your Love,” considering the chances are pretty great that Brett will include the track on his forthcoming album, Illinois, due out on September 11th.

Watch a clip of Tyler and Hayley’s wedding video (and see other details from their big day) by clicking here, and make sure to check out our full, exclusive interview with Brett Eldredge about his next album!

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