Rascal Flatts Cut Up on NBC’s Today

“I don’t even like these guys anymore,” Jay DeMarcus says of his bandmates.

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Rascal Flatts brought the comedy along with some good music Monday morning (Nov. 21) on NBC's Today show.

Host Matt Lauer asked whether, after 11 years together, the guys in Rascal Flatts are sick of each other. They took that ball and ran, talking over each other to agree.

"Yes! Yes," lead singer Gary LeVox stated emphatically.

"I don't even like these guys anymore," the trio's Jay DeMarcus said. "It's really difficult."

Matt couldn't help but get in on the act later, when Jay added—seriously—that the guys had "recommitted to each other."

"You renewed your vows?" Matt said, smiling.

"It was a beautiful ceremony," Rascal Flatts' Joe Don Rooney quipped.

Then, talking later about the group's collaboration with pop singer Natasha Bedingfield on the song "Easy," Jay joked, "It worked out so well, in fact, we're talking to Natasha about taking Gary's spot."

 

 

 

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