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Not every child that is born to an entertainer inherits their famous parent’s talent, but some do and go on to find fame of their own. Toby Keith’s daughter Krystal, Willie Nelson’s sons Lukas and Micah, Waylon Jennings’ son Shooter, Vince Gill’s daughter Jenny and Lee Ann Womack’s daughter Aubrie have all found their way to the stage. Now it looks like another little sprout is about to blossom under the spotlight: Hillary Scott’s little girl, Eisele Kaye.

The “lady” in Lady Antebellum shared a video on her Instagram page of herself and her precious pride and joy sitting on a porch singing together. Hillary kicks off Bill Withers’ classic smash “Lean On Me” and, with a little coaxing, her diminutive duet partner joins in. And while some of those low notes are just a bit out of the four-year-old pixie’s range, when she hits her stride, she opens up.


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And it turns out, little Eisele has inherited the Scott pipes. Baby girl can sing!

Our 4 yr old's PSA. 👧🏼💞🙌🏻😭

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As sweet as her super soprano voice is, it’s uber precious when she throws her tiny arm over her mom’s shoulders as if she’s driving the message of the song home.

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GAH! Imagine if the twin girls that Hillary is pregnant with can also sing! We could have a new sister trio.

We have a little while to go before we find out about the new installment in the Scott/Tyrrell family. Hillary and husband Chris just shared the big news this week that the twins are girls and we know they aren’t expected to arrive until February. Lady A bandmate Dave Haywood and his wife, Kelli, though, are expecting a little sister for big brother Cash in December.

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development in the past. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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