Trace Adkins' daughter, Brianna Rhea Adkins, has officially made her foray into the modeling industry. The teenager has signed with the AMAX agency.

Brianna Adkins announced her signing with AMAX, which represents "hair and make-up artists, wardrobe, prop and off-figure stylists, manicurists, fashion/commercial print models and actors," according to the agency's website. Adkins is in development with the Nashville-based company, but has a profile within their talent list already.

Adkins is already promoting her new gig on her social media pages -- she's got a Twitter account in addition to her Instagram account —and her country-singer papa is clearly quite proud as well. On his Twitter account, Trace Adkins shared his daughter's big news and encouraged fans to follow her work.

Brianna is the second of three daughters that Adkins shares with his ex-wife Rhonda. She has an older sister, MacKenzie, and a younger sister, Trinity; as well as two step-sisters, Tarah and Sarah, from Adkins' first marriage to Barbara Lewis. Fans can spot her in her father's "Ladies Love Country Boys" music video: She's the little girl waving to him at the 2:30 mark.

The younger Adkins clearly has a soft spot for animals: When a fire destroyed her family's home in Brentwood, Tenn., in June of 2011, Brianna—then just 9 years old —rushed back into the house to save two young puppies. She received the PETA Compassionate Action Award for her efforts, according to The Boot.

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