Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Tests Positive for COVID-19

by Halle Ames

Florida Georgia Line’s, Tyler Hubbard, has tested positive for COVID-19, he revealed in an Instagram post today.

Tyler Hubbard hinted to fans that he might be in quarantine with a photo of his tour bus in the driveway to his house. He asked fans, “Any ideas why I would have my tour bus parked in the drive way?” 

Fans thought it meant he might be back on tour or was heading to the CMA Awards. However, neither of these reasons were the case. 

An hour ago, Hubbard posted a selfie to his Instagram of him sitting on the steps to his tour bus, still steps away from his house. He looks to be in decent spirits with a white t-shirt, navy jacket, and navy backward hat. The artist captioned the photo with an update on his current situation. 

 “Some of y’all guessed it….. Got the Rona. Asymptomatic. Quarantining on bus. Miss my family. Writing songs. Thankful.”

Hubbard has decided to keep his distance from his family, which consists of his 33-year-old wife, Hayley, two-year-old daughter Olivia, 13-month-old son Luca Reed, and newborn son Atlas. 

Other Half of Florida Georgia Line

The other half of the dynamic duo of Florida Georgia Line, Brian Kelley, seems to be in good health. He posted a photo two hours ago from the beach, where he was playing guitar. Also spotted in the picture is an eagle flying over the water. In his caption, the singer said he was feeling more patriotic than usual. 

“Feeling extra American this morning as I was playing, a huge 🦅 came by and swooped up the 🐍 #ilovemycountry🇺🇸

Florida Georgia Line is the second set of performers that are going to have to cancel at the CMA’s on Wednesday due to COVID-19. Just last night, Lee Brice made the announcement that he was also positive for the virus. Both artists said they are doing fine and feeling well. 

[H/T Taste of Country]