Family trio Chapel Hart is mourning the death of their grandmother.
The America's Got Talent breakout group is comprised of Danica Hart and Devynn Hart and their cousin Trea Swindle. Last week, the women revealed Beatrice Hart's passing and said they felt "frozen in time."
"We lost our beautiful grandmother and our worlds will never be the same," the women wrote. "One thing we know for sure, the hospitality section in heaven is about to be THROUGH THE ROOOOF!"
They told their beloved "Gran" to rest well, that she deserved the break after 86 years on earth.
"We are truly blessed to carry on your name!" they said. "There's no good byes only 'see you laters' & a great big thank you and we love you to all of those who have had us in your thoughts and prayers."
Beatrice Hart's "home going celebration" was Tuesday, and her granddaughters are still mourning.
"Today has been one of the hardest days of our lives, but we made it through, and we want to say thank you to everyone who showed up, sent prayers & condolence, sent cards & gifts, etc you will never know how much it means to us!" the trio wrote. "We love you and thank you, and we just need a little time and we'll be right back at with you all! May God's blessings forever continue to pour down on you and your families!
The devastating event comes on the heels of a string of career highs for the women. The Poplarville, Mississippi, family trio were finalists on "America's Got Talent," named "CMT's Next Women of Country," and recently won four awards at the Best of the Beat" Offbeat Magazine awards.
Last week, they revealed plans for their first headlining tour, the GLORY DAYS TOUR.
"It feels really amazing to be going out on our first-ever headlining tour," Devynn Hart said in a statement. "God has truly had his hands on us and our careers. We are forever grateful for every opportunity."
"A wise woman once said, 'Give the people what they want,' but it's so much better when it's exactly what you want as well," Trea Swindle said. "We just want to show as many people as we can that anything is possible if you work hard and never give up on your dreams."
Danica Hart said she had never been more nervous or excited and proud in her career.
"We'll be able to share our songs and stories with the millions of people who got to watch us on TV, and now they get to experience us up close and personal," she said in a statement. "This tour will remind people that These Are The GLORY DAYS!"
The tour already boasts 60 cities are more are expected.