Muskogee was ready for its favorite sons to come home.
Michele Cummings and her family arrived Wednesday at 4 p.m. and were the first in line.
"I think it's great, I think it's wonderful that they are giving everyone an opportunity that wants to be here come and come out," said Michele Cummings who brought her kids, grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
"I started two days ago packing my stuff up and preparing for this day, fruits and foods and drinks, sandwich stuff and pillows and blankets," she said.
Waiting in line was a familiar face to Zach and Colton - their dad!
"I'm sort of waiting in line like everybody else, I know it's hard to believe but I didn't even get to go visit them when they got off the plane," said Kelly Swon.
Kelly dropped off CDs and said he's thrilled by the show of support.
"It's still really hard for us to comprehend, they're still, like I said, our boys and that's the way most of the town feels too."
On Monday night, the musical duo from Muskogee sang "Wagon Wheel" by Darius Rucker and Merle Haggard's "Okie From Muskogee," which drew praise from the judges.
Earlier Thursday, the brothers were in the Channel 2 studio and did an interview with Justin Wilfon and Deana Silk live on our website and our mobile apps. The entire 15 minute interview is now in the video player above and in the Video section of our app.