Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Diagnosed With COVID-19

He's the second artist to pull out of the CMA Awards because of coronavirus.

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard Diagnosed With COVID-19
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - JUNE 06: Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line performs on stage during day 1 of 2019 CMA Music Festival on June 06, 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard shared that he has tested positive for COVID-19. Over the weekend, the singer hinted at the diagnosis when he shared a photo of his tour bus parked in his driveway with the caption, “Any ideas why I would have my tour bus parked in my driveway?” On Monday, Hubbard revealed that he has the virus, but is asymptomatic and quarantining in his bus.

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

Little Big Town commented on the post, telling Hubbard to “Get Better Buddy.” Cassie Kelley, wife of Lady A’s Charles Kelley, also commented to send her regards to Hubbard’s wife, Hayley.

“Glad you are feeling ok and I’m currently taking up a collection plate to send Hayley on a solo vacation after your quarantine,” she wrote.

The COVID-19 diagnosis is just one of a couple of challenges the Hubbard family has faced this year. Over the summer, Tyler was injured in a dirt bike accident, rupturing his achilles tendon and breaking a bone in his ankle. He has since been using a scooter and crutches to get around. The couple shared good news in September, however, as they welcomed their third child, Atlas Roy.

Florida Georgia Line was set to perform at this Wednesday’s CMA Awards, but have now cancelled their performance due to Hubbard’s diagnosis. The group is nominated for Vocal Duo of the Year. Lee Brice was the first performer to pull out of the awards show after testing positive for Covid.