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Rylee Scott had seen her mom, dad and famous big sister walk onto the stage of the Grand Ole Opry many times and share their music with the world.

But never had she had the opportunity to lend her voice to the chorus.

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“I can’t wait to put that toe into that circle,” she said as she prepared to join The Scott Family during their Grand Ole Opry debut on July 26.

And as she did exactly that just hours later and sang her verse of the song “Love Remains,” she seemed visibly shaken by the sheer importance of the moment – and for good reason.

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Hillary Scott & The Scott Family have been experiencing a number of these earth-shattering moments since the release of their album “Love Remains.” In September, the group announced that the first single, “Thy Will,” had hit No. 1 on the National Christian Audience Chart. At the same time, it also was No. 1 on Billboard’s Christian Digital Songs chart and the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot Christian Songs chart for the seventh week.

“I’m honestly speechless,” said Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott in a recent press release. “Trying to put into words how thankful I am to not only have the chance to do this with my family, but to [also] be embraced the way we have is pretty much impossible. Our hearts are bursting with love for everyone who was a part of helping make this happen and to the fans for taking this journey with us!”

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