'The Voice' Alum RaeLynn Talks Girl Power and Unicorn Onesies
After lighting up the second season of The Voice on Team Blake, country singer RaeLynn has been shooting up the charts with her debut single "God Made Girls," a feel-good girl power anthem. With lines like, "He needed something soft and loud and sweet and proud / But tough enough to break a heart / Something beautiful and breakable that lights up in the dark / So God made girls," it's no wonder the Texas native has her female fans' full support.
"They love it so much," she told Trending 10 host Katie Van Buren. "Any time I sing it live, they put their cup up—they're just loving it because, you know, we like being girls in this world."
Having penned the song in the midst of discussing all the things that boys couldn't do without girls, the 20-year-old joked that she might record a remix for the fellas. "One of my guy friends texted me, and he goes, 'When are you gonna make the remix 'God Made Boys'?!'"
RaeLynn also chatted about her love for unicorns, her spirit animal. After discovering the singer's August 4 tweet announcing that she'll wear a unicorn onesie after reaching 100,000 followers, the T10 crew decided to help her out by gifting her a unicorn horn. Strapping on the accessory, RaeLynn—who currently sits at 98.9K followers—gave fans a preview of what will inevitably be a hilarious Instagram upload.