Tyler Hubbard Doesn’t Want A Florida Georgia Line Reunion

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Will Florida Georgia Line Ever Reunite?

Tyler Hubbard recently addressed the possibility of a future Florida Georgia Line reunion.

Hubbard and Brian Kelley formed Florida Georgia Line in 2010. The duo burst onto the scene with their mega-hit debut single, “Cruise.” The song reached #1 on both country charts and has been certified 14x Platinum by the RIAA.

Many other hits followed, including “Meant to Be,” “Dirt,” “Get Your Shine On,” “H.O.L.Y.,” and “Simple.”

FGL accumulated dozens of awards over the course of their run together. They won the CMA’s Vocal Duo of the Year award three times.

The duo is often named one of the main players in the “bro country” era.

In 2022, Hubbard and Kelley announced they were going separate ways to pursue solo careers. They performed their final show as a duo in August of that year.

Kelley released an album in 2023, and Hubbard dropped albums in 2023 and 2024.

Earlier in 2024, Kelley released a new song titled “Kiss My Boots.” Many fans theorized this new song hinted at tension between Kelley and Hubbard. Kelley never confirmed (nor denied) the suspicions.

Tyler Hubbard Shuts Down Idea Of Florida Georgia Line Reunion – “I Don’t Want It Back

Despite rumors of a rift between Hubbard and Kelley, fans have wondered if a Florida Georgia Line reunion will ever happen.

Kelley dismissed the idea on an Instagram Story post in September 2023. He said, “Respectfully, I can tell you that’s not happening.”

Tyler Hubbard shut down the idea of a future Florida Georgia Line reunion
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Hubbard echoed the same sentiments during an interview with PEOPLE in April 2024. He shut down the idea.

It was a cool season of life, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world,” he said. “But I don’t want it back. I’m in a way different place, and I wouldn’t trade it.”

So it sounds like we won’t have a Florida Georgia Line reunion any time soon…or ever.