Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott Gives Birth to Girl

Singer announces daughter's birth over Twitter

Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum performs in New York City.
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July 23, 2013 8:40 AM ET

Lady Antebellum singer Hillary Scott gave birth to a daughter yesterday in Nashville, Us Weekly reports. Eisele Kaye Tyrrell is the first child for Scott and husband Chris Tyrrell, who plays drums in Love and Theft. The baby's name is a combination of Tyrrell's mother's maiden name and Scott's mom's middle name, Kaye. 

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"She's here, and we are in HEAVEN!!! Eisele Kaye, our beautiful angel, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!" tweeted Scott after giving birth.

Scott and Tyrrell met when their bands were touring as Tim McGraw's opening acts in 2010, and Tyrrell proposed in July 2011. The couple wed in January 2012 and announced the pregnancy via Twitter in December. 

Lady Antebellum's most recent album, Golden, was released in May

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