Kelsea Ballerini Picks Deep, Reflective Moments of 25th Year

Kelsea Ballerini was born September 12, 1993, making today one of the most successful country music ladies in the recent years’ 26th birthday. To celebrate this next chapter and commemorate her last, Ballerini shared a series of social media posts. The posts ranged from nostalgic to reflective to deeply provoking to cautiously picked… And we couldn’t be more entertained, amused, and moved by the “homecoming queen?‘s” display on her special day.

See below for Ballerini’s collection of posts, and make sure to stop by her socials to wish her a Happy Birthday! Kels, in light of your third (and hilarious) post of the day, we must say — of all the “legends” in the world, we will always pick you!

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25- the year I started being more like her ?

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25- the year I learned that even the ‘homecoming queen’ cries. I settled into my imperfections and stopped being scared to be emotional. I took ownership over my life, thoughts, feelings, and creativity and trusted myself. I started therapy. I cared more about the meal than the bloat. I picked the midnight heart to hearts and wine nights with real friends over getting proper sleep. I did more travel for fun than just for “work”. I crossed some big, bold dreams off of my bucket list. I added more. And I can’t wait to see what I cross off and learn and become through 26. Cheers from London and entering into my late 20’s. *starts actually using eye creams and learns hangovers last a full 36 hours*

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25- the year a stranger with a camera taught me how to “pick” my battles ???‍♀️?

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The Dolphins Aren’t Making Darius Rucker Cry Today

Darius Rucker made it no secret in the Hootie & The Blowfish 1995 hit song “Only Wanna Be with You” that the Dolphins make him cry. As a South Floridian, born and raised, as well as a lifelong Miami Dolphins fan, I truly get the sentiment and often join Darius in those sobs of defeat. However, today, in sunny Miami as the Dolphins gear up for their first home game of the NFL season, Darius isn’t quite crying (yet).

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