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Brittany Aldean is one proud wife and mama-to-be.

Her hubby, Jason Aldean, was honored this past week as one of CMT’s Artists of the Year, and he took the stage with several of his country star friends and fellow honorees: Chris Stapleton, Luke Bryan, Keith Urban and Florida Georgia Line.


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But this year, the show wasn’t about celebrating one another. It was about offering comfort and hope to the country music community and people all over the world. It was a respectful and reflective night for everyone, especially Jason in the wake of the recent Vegas tragedy.

“We’ve been tested beyond our worst nightmares the past few months,” he told the crowd and viewers at home. “Heartbroken doesn’t even begin to explain how some of us feel. But we have proven time and again in this country that we have the power to overcome anything that threatens our way of life, or our freedom.”

With his kindness, integrity, dedication, heart and resilient spirit, we know why Brittany is such a proud wife.

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She couldn’t help but post these pictures from backstage at the show, and we’re glad she did. Jason’s sister Kasi Williams Morstad, his dad Barry Williams and stepmother Vivian were all in attendance to support him.

It’s wonderful to see them enjoying such a beautiful family moment together.

Of course, baby Memphis was in on the action that night, too, from inside his mama’s belly, where he must have really been enjoying the music of the evening.

“Memphis had the best time,” she captioned one of the photos. “I swear he was having his own party in my belly!”

Jason Aldean and wife Brittany have the sweetest family moment backstage Instagram/@BrittanyAldean
Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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