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WATCH: Kelsea Ballerini Wows Fans With Impressive Live Performance of New Song at the Opry

The country music songstress is entering her next musical era!

Credit. Opry Instagram

The historic Grand Ole Opry is known for creating magical moments in country music, and last night was no exception. Grammy nominee Kelsea Ballerini decided to seize the moment and debut a song she said is about the chapter she is in now.

The tender acoustic track sweetly titled To The Men Who Love Woman After Heartbreak echos the place she is in now in her life. Ballerini first teased the chorus back on Thanksgiving, and to no surprise fans went wild.

To the man that loved this woman after heartbreak

Thanks for all you didn't have to do

When I met you I was jaded, sad and complicated You'll never know how much I needed you

No, you'll never know how much I needed you

Giving into her impulsiveness, Kelsea also decided that fans should hear the song in its entirety." I made the very impulsive decision to just put a chorus out on Thanksgiving and I felt like I should just probably follow through. The reality is I've been singing about a chapter of my life that is far past me now and I'm writing about the chapter of my life that I'm in and it looks very different. And I kind of wanted to share a bit of it now."

But then the fans at the Opry got an even bigger surprise! "I'm very gently and slowly starting to make the next record," Kelsea said with a grin before bringing out co-writers Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild and Music Row icon Hillary Lindsey. The song that Kelsea said they wrote together last month seems to be a tribute to Kelsea's current boyfriend Chase Stokes.


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