Hillary Scott & Kelsea Ballerini Surprise Charles Kelley Fans (Watch!)


Charles Kelley performed a solo show Tuesday (April 26) night in Los Angeles at The Troubador. However, the solo event turned into a Nashville party before the sold-out crowd’s eyes.

Each out in L.A. for individual career promotion, Kelley’s Lady Antbellum bandmate, Hillary Scott, and ACM New Female Vocalist of the Year, Kelsea Ballerini, couldn’t resist stopping by the venue to support their friend. The support the ladies showed stemmed far beyond saying “hello” backstage, as the two joined Kelley on stage for a performance of Lady A’s hit song “Need You Now.”

Scott sang the first verse and chorus with Kelley, and the two artists then welcomed the third to the stage with a “Come on out, girl!” As Scott introduced Ballerini to the audience, the fans erupted and the Troubador turned into a massive sing along.

Watch the video of Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and Kelsea Ballerini peforming below.

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