Lady A Gets Christmas Pranked by Opening Acts

“Josh B Kelley and us played a sneaky prank on Lady Antebellum tonight! Muah ha ha ha ha!” Edens Edge tweets.

Courtesy Edens Edge Twitter

It's a kinder, gentler pranking around Christmas.

Lady Antebellum wrapped up this year's tour Sunday night (Dec. 18) in Morgantown, W.Va., home of West Virginia University, and the end of a tour usually means plenty o' pranks.

Opening acts Edens Edge and Josh Kelley—brother of Lady A singer Charles Kelley—donned some gay apparel and hit the stage. The two ladies in Edens Edge (Cherrill Green and Hannah Blaylock) put on Christmas-wrapped gift boxes and Josh and the dude in Edens Edge (Dean Berner) wore, well, some crazy Christmas PJs.

Lady A proved to be good sports. "[They] pulled out all the stops and got us good for the last night," the superstar trio tweeted.

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