May 19, 2019 / 3:26 AM

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Florida Georgia Line Channels Royalty With Impersonations Of Prince William, Prince Harry



Florida Georgia Line impersonates Prince William and Prince Harry at the opening of the CMT Music Awards.

The 33-year-old prince's recent royal wedding also inspired the awards show's opening sketch.

In the over three-minute clip, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley arrive at the fake royal wedding as Prince Harry and Prince William respectively. The two country artists even had a faux British accent to make them sound like the royal siblings.

During their conversation onboard the carriage, Kelley asks Hubbard if anyone has ever told him that he looks like Prince Harry. He says that he gets tons of comparisons with Meghan Markle's husband. Hubbard tells his partner that he is also starting to look like Prince William.

Hubbard agrees as he pulls off his hat to reveal his fake balding head. Prince William has been regularly teased by his brother about his receding hairline. In fact, even his wife, Kate Middleton, has joined in on the fun.

Prince Harry Talks About Prince William's Hair

Years ago, Prince Harry was asked to comment about an official royal painting that seemingly depicted Prince William with a little bit more hair.

"I don't know, I'm a little bit more ginger in there than I am in real life, I think. And William got even more hair. Apart from that, it is what it is. But no, it's nice, it could've been worse," said Prince Harry.

Country Artists Featured In Opening Sketch

In related news, Florida Georgia Line is not the only duo that was featured in the opening sketch for the CMT Music Awards. Little Big Town hosted a make-believe talk show about the royal wedding. Blake Shelton also made an appearance as one of the interviewers.

Kelsea Ballerini also pretended to be an enthusiastic guest at a Bachelorette party. Jake Owen, Dustin Lynch, and Jon Pardi were also at the royal wedding street party. The trio was clad in their neon pink tank tops.

Darius Rocker also made a mark by assuming the persona of Queen Elizabeth II. His yellow and green attire was quite similar to what the monarch wore at Prince Harry and Markle's May 19 wedding.

2018 CMT Music Awards Winners

Shelton and Carrie Underwood took home this year's top awards for Male and Female Video of the Year. Dan + Shay won Duo Video of the Year for "Tequila." Little Big Town brought home the Group Video of the Year recognition for "When Somebody Stops Loving You."

Other winners include Carly Pearce, Kane Brown feat. Lauren Alaina, and Backstreet Boys.

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