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Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley have always been a handsome duo, but they took their sexy charm up a notch during a recent performance on NBC’s “The Late Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” where they appeared with pop and R&B sensation Bebe Rexha.

On Jan. 22, the country music superstars shared the stage with Bebe, teaming up for a performance of their hot collaboration song, “Meant To Be.”

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FGL appeared first, kicking off the song as Bebe waited in the wings for her cue to join them onstage. Billows of smoke filled the stage floor while Brian and Tyler stood beneath the dim blue lights in similar black jackets and pants. BK’s coat was a knee-length version of the one Tyler was sporting, and he topped his look off with a hat.

With the drop of a slick beat and some very pleasing piano chords, Tyler took the romantic song’s first verse, and made listeners swoon with his deep set of southern vocals. Shortly after, Brian joined in on the song with his equally honeyed vocals. But, it wasn’t until the second verse that Bebe showed up and turned the duo into a magical blend of three with her harmony vocals. She made sure to also match her country pals with a black outfit, but incorporated a few sparkles and sassy fringe into her ensemble.

Between the group’s coordinated look, amazing vocals and killer stage presence, the entire performance was nothing short of amazing. Heck, the moment even earned them a rare standing ovation at the end!

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“That’s how you do it right there!” host Jimmy Fallon commented of the performance when he joined the three stars on stage following Bebe’s impressive high note ending. “Standing O,” he added.

“Meant to Be,” which has spent eight consecutive weeks at No. 1 on “Billboard’s” Hot Country Songs chart, was co-penned by Tyler, Bebe and songwriters Josh Miller and David Garcia. The crossover hit can be found on Bebe’s “All Your Fault: Part 2 ” EP.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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