Florida Georgia Line debuted in 2012 with their smash hit "Cruise," and for the next decade ruled the country charts before announcing last year they were going their separate ways. Since then, members Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard have both embarked on solo careers; Hubbard has scored two consecutive #1 country hits, and Kelley's new single is climbing the charts.
When an Instagram poll showed up online asking fans what they thought the chances were for an FGL reunion in the next two years, hopeful fans weighed in, saying they thought such a reunion was definitely a possibility. The poll caught the attention of Kelley himself, who reposted it from his own Instagram account, adding the comment, "Respectfully, I can tell you that's not happening."
Kelley's statement is somewhat at odds with what Tyler Hubbard told Entertainment Tonight Canada several months back when he was asked if the break was temporary or permanent. "There's always room for a reunion," Hubbard said at the time. "Never say never. At the end of the day, it's hard to predict the future, as we've learned. So I won't say 'never,' you know, but at the same time I will say I'm having a lot of fun doing this solo thing."
So fans of the duo will have to be satisfied with their respective solo efforts for the time being. But minds change, and there's always hope: Brooks & Dunn had a huge career, went their separate ways for several years, only to reunite and start touring again - so anything's possible.