Kacey Musgraves performed with one of her heroes at the 53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday night in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Grammy Award-winning country star took to the stage to sing "Rainbow Connection," made famous by 1979's "The Muppet Movie," with the legendary Willie Nelson.
Check out their mesmerizing performance:
🌈 @KaceyMusgraves and @WillieNelson sing "Rainbow Connection" together at the #CMAawards! 🌈— Good Morning America (@GMA) November 14, 2019
🎶Someday we'll find it, the rainbow connection 🎶https://t.co/hA9ahoa4Mp pic.twitter.com/ZhCQ7Pkek6
It was previously announced that the two artists would be performing together at the 2019 CMAs in an exclusive announcement on "Good Morning America."
Musgraves has a unique history with "Rainbow Connection" -- she performed it when she was 9 years old. Check out the adorable clip.
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She described the duet as a "A [WILLIE] FULL CIRCLE MOMENT," on her Instagram.
Musgraves and Nelson previously collaborated on her second studio album, 2015's "Pageant Material." The two covered his 1965 hit "Are You Sure."