Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott was able to capture a very special moment for her daughter, Eisele, at a recent Backstreet Boys concert in Las Vegas.

Scott shared the video above on her Instagram, showing her adorable five-and-a-half-year-old's excited reaction to the news that she will get to go to the concert. Eisele and several adults in the room also celebrate the news by engaging in some of the Backstreet Boys' signature dance moves as everyone jams out and lip-syncs to "Everybody."

A subsequent video shows Eisele on stage with the band, where they gather around and serenade her with a special rendition of "Shape of My Heart," while AJ McLean hands her a rose.

"Every concert after this will pale in comparison," Scott gushes.

Lady Antebellum are currently in Las Vegas performing their own Our Kind of Vegas residency. One of the group's own filmmakers was on hand to capture the special moment when Scott told her daughter that she and her father will be going to the Backstreet Boys concert.

Scott also shared a post-show image on her Instagram story of Eisele and Backstreet Boys member Brian Littrell.

Backstreet Boys previously serenaded Shania Twain in the exact same way as part of their ongoing Larger Than Life residency, which runs through Apr. 27 at Planet Hollywood's Zappos Theatre. They have some ties to country music; the band scored a No. 1 country hit when they collaborated with Florida Georgia Line on "God, Your Mama, and Me" in 2017, and more recently, AJ McLean has been pursuing a country solo career.

Lady Antebellum will continue their Our Kind Of Vegas residency at the Pearl Concert Theatre inside the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas on select dates in February, May, and August.

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