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Florida Georgia Line Needs Old-School Lookalikes

Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard are harkening back to their distant past...

... Five whole years ago – by casting an ensemble of fan lookalikes in an upcoming "flashback" music video. The pair have launched a nationwide casting call for folks who can look like they did back when "Cruise" launched their country music careers.

Fans are being encouraged to submit a photo or video of themselves as FGL circa 2012 here. Those who most flawlessly pull it off will be invited to appear in the duo's next music video. What are you shooting for?

Here's Exhibit A:

Calling all Tyler and BK look-a-likes circa 2012! Head over to smarturl.it/fglvid to submit for our next music video.

9,025 Likes, 95 Comments - Florida Georgia Line (@flagaline) on Instagram: "Calling all Tyler and BK look-a-likes circa 2012! Head over to smarturl.it/fglvid to submit for our..."

Their baby-faced look  form back then certainly worked. The guys have sold more than 10 million copies of "Cruise" since its release, according to the RIAA. The song still holds the record for the longest run at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles Chart and it remains the best-selling country single of all time. They're up for Duo of the Year, Video of the Year ("H.O.L.Y.") and Collaborative Video of the Year ("May We All" ft. Tim McGraw) at the 2017 CMT Music Awards June 7.

 

Russ Penuell is a writer and former broadcaster. He lives in Nashville with his girlfriend, three dogs and a lot of music.