Carly Pearce and Lee Brice’s ‘I Hope You’re Happy Now’ Hits No.1

Carly Pearce and Lee Brice have much to celebrate this week as their duet, “I Hope You’re Happy Now,” climbed…


Andrew Wendowski

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June 15, 2020


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Carly Pearce, Lee Brice; Photo by John Shearer

Carly Pearce and Lee Brice have much to celebrate this week as their duet, “I Hope You’re Happy Now,” climbed to the No.1 spot at country radio.

The singers took to social media to share their excitement over the achievement upon hearing the news.

“We are celebrating a No. 1 together. Life is crazy, y’all. Life takes you places you never thought & makes the most beautiful moments,” Pearce gushed on Instagram. “Thank you @leebrice for lending your incredible voice to this song. What started as my apology to someone from my past, ended up giving me closure and making me realize we ALL fall short sometimes and all go through hard stuff. So very grateful to be celebrating my second No. 1 & am so thankful to country radio & all of YOU!”

“Thank you to everyone involved for making #IHopeYoureHappyNow the #1 song on country radio,” Brice shared.

“I Hope You’re Happy Now” was written by Pearce alongside Luke Combs, Jonathan Singleton and Randy Montana. The track is featured on Pearce’s self-titled sophomore album, which was released earlier this year.

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