Rising country music star Carly Pearce has been very active on social media over the weekend tweeting photos and updates for her fans. Sunday evening the singer posted a “throwback” photo of herself performing as a young child. The tweet also places a more current photo of Pearce next to the younger picture for comparison.
“How it started vs how it’s going,” Pearce writes in the caption space. The “how it started/how it’s going” trend has been popular on social media among celebrities who want to show fans their beginnings.
The photo on the left shows a younger version of Pearce performing on a lighted stage. Her blue dress, blue vest and matching blue cowgirl hat are sure to illicit some laughs and giggles from her fan base. The photo on the right shows Pearce in a long green dress with her signature blonde hair. She is a clutching a trophy while posing for a photo at the CMA Award Ceremony.
Pearce Fans Light Up Social Media
Pearce’s adoring fans were quick to point out her career is a success due to the talent she has always possessed. Other social media users took notice that Pearce has a thing for sparkly outfits in both her young and current photos.
Full Sass and Sparkle Since Day 1.— Edward James (@TheEdwardJames_) November 15, 2020
“Full Sass and Sparkle Since Day 1,” a Pearce fan comments.
Looks like it’s going pretty damn well. Never lose that sparkle.— M 💛 (Duey to OD) (@MissDS17) November 15, 2020
“Looks like it’s going pretty d–n well,” another fan tweets. “Never lose that sparkle.”
Looks like things are moving in a good direction. It is good to take a look back every once in a while to see where we have come from and see the steps we made to get to where we are today. Keep up the good work and continue moving in the right direction.— Seth Hardy (@SethHar63211747) November 16, 2020
“Looks like things are moving in a good direction,” a fan replies. “It is good to take a look back every once in a while to see where we have come from and see the steps we made to get to where we are today. Keep up the good work and continue moving in the right direction.”