Jason Aldean’s Daughter’s Prom Was Cancelled — So He and Brittany Threw Her One At Home
Like many high school juniors and seniors across the country, Jason Aldean‘s eldest daughter, Keeley, had to miss out on…
Jason Aldean and Family; Photo via Instagram
Like many high school juniors and seniors across the country, Jason Aldean‘s eldest daughter, Keeley, had to miss out on going to her prom due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though she may not have been able to get the full prom experience, Aldean and his wife Brittany came to the rescue, throwing her a makeshift prom at their Florida beach house and it was pretty incredible.
“It was supposed to be Keeley’s junior prom in Nashville, but for obvious reasons, it’s not happening, so we are gonna throw her prom at home,” Brittany shared on Instagram. “Here we go, let’s do it!”
Brittany shared a video recap of Keely’s at-home prom, taking fans along for the ride as the entire family surprises her with the special moment.
“I’m gonna cry! This is so cute,” Keeley gushes in the clip.
As Brittany hugs her and tells her, “It’s your prom,” Jason looks on telling her, “And I’m your date!”
After enjoying takeout from P.F. Chang’s, the family is seen dancing together by the shoreline under beautiful balloon arches adorned with various floral arrangements.
It sounds like their at-home prom scored Jason and Brittany some major parent points.
“It was a success, 100-percent,” Keeley says with a big smile on her face. “They’re the best ever.”
Jason and Brittany have been quarantining in paradise at their Florida beach home. The couple has kept in touch with fans by posting photos and videos of their experiences at home, often sharing clips of their dinners at home and offering cooking tips to fans watching along.
Click above to watch Keeley’s at-home prom.
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