Kelsea Ballerini Visits NYC Gay Bar Flaming Saddles for a Dance Lesson to Her Own Song [WATCH]
Kelsea Ballerini kicked off both LGBT Pride Month and the week of the 2019 CMA Fest in style in New York City, where she stopped by gay bar Flaming Saddles for an impromptu dance party to her current single, "Miss Me More." Press play above to watch Ballerini show off her moves!
According to an Instagram post, Ballerini took the opportunity to score a free dancing lessons from her fans at Flaming Saddles. "Getting in CMA Fest Week mood with my friends at [Flaming Saddles] TRYING TO LEARN THEIR FIERCE MOVES," she captioned her post. The clip shows the country star dancing and singing along to "Miss Me More" as she struts up and down the bar.
Fortunately for Ballerini, after her surprise performance, the bar gave her dance moves their official approval. "Our friend, [Kelsea Ballerini], stopped by for a quick dance lesson," the bar shared on Instagram. "We think she's got the right stuff! Thanks for helping us kick off Pride Month, Kelsea -- we [love] you!" Flaming Saddles also posted a snapshot of the singer posing with some of the bartenders who helped her brush up on her moves, adding "You are a sweetheart and we had a blast!!! Come back soon!!!"
In 2019, Ballerini embarked on her first-ever headlining arena tour, the 2019 Miss Me More Tour, as well as appearing as part of Kelly Clarkson's Meaning of Life Tour earlier in the year. In April, she was officially inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, becoming the youngest current member at 25. She also appears on the title track of Thomas Rhett's just-released Center Point Road.
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