RaeLynn asks fans for help following her New Year’s Eve performance Instagram/@RaeLynnOfficial

Poor Raelynn—her new year was off to such a great start, and then this.

The country beauty was in Pigeon Forge for a big New Year’s Eve show with Q100.3 of Knoxville. Sadly, after the show, things took a turn for the worse.

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Raelynn travels with her fur babies when she’s on the road, and this show in Knoxville was no exception. And it would’ve been an ordinary night, except for one part of this holiday that often involves a big trigger for pets: fireworks. And like most animals do, Raelynn’s sweet dog Dolly apparently became distraught and disoriented when the fireworks began, and sadly, she ran off Raelynn’s tour bus.

This singer posted a photo on her Instagram of Dolly, with this message:

“Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, my baby Dolly ran off the bus due to the loud fireworks. If you find her please reach out to me.”

Dolly is a tiny Chihuahua with sandy hair and the sweetest eyes. She wears a turquoise collar with pink poofy bit of tulle attached.

Raelynn shared this video of her precious angel, with a heartfelt plea.

“I haven’t found my angel yet. I’m not [losing] faith though. This is a new year and I’m praying someone will find my Dolly. Please let me know if you see her in the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area. I can’t imagine not finding her.”

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Rae’s good friend Savannah Chrisley is even helping get the word out, sharing Rae’s plea in a tweet on her own page.


We’re sending all the good vibes out to Raelynn and praying that someone finds her sweet Dolly.

She did have an awesome show that night. The station posted video on Twitter of the singer belting out her hit single “Lonely Call” and the crowd loved every minute of it.

We’re sad that such a fun night took such a sad turn.

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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