Bebe Rexha Debuts At ACM Awards With Florida Georgia Line For 'Meant To Be'

Bebe Rexha made her ACM Awards debut when she joined Florida Georgia Line onstage to perform their hit single, "Meant To Be."

The song was released in fall 2017. Since then, it's climbed multiple charts and succeeded big time in radio. "Meant To Be" peaked at the No. 1 position of the Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart, which made Rexha become the first solo female to debut in that spot, reports Rolling Stone. The single has also reached the Top 20 Billboard Hot 100 chart. On top of that, "Meant To Be" has been doing numbers on not just Country, but Pop radio. It's even reached the No. 1 position on Hot AC!

When Rexha took the stage with Florida Georgia Line, everyone in the audience looked like they enjoyed the performance a great deal. After all, "Meant To Be" is a pretty smooth, feel good song. FGL was extremely excited to have the pop star assist them onstage. Over the weekend, the Country music duo posted a couple IG messages about its performance with Rexha and they couldn't have been anymore pumped about it. "We’re joining our good friend @beberexha to perform “Meant to Be” on the 53rd #ACMawards. Don’t miss it! Tune in at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access!" one of FGL's posts read. Check them out below. 

Great performance, Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line! You guys did not disappoint!

Photo: Getty Images

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