Is “Lip Sync Battle” Getting Countrified?

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If Cassadee Pope is battling to be the champion social media teaser, she needn’t fight too much harder. The girl who made “Summer” a lot cooler is already queen of that ring, especially after she posted a photo of herself wearing a Lip Sync Battle robe.

With Pope providing fans a glimpse at a recent television filming of the hilarious Spike show hosted by LL Cool J, it is leading us to wonder if the show is getting a country makeover — at least for one episode. Of course we have our guesses on who she is facing off against, but we have yet to see any confirmation from the artists on our short list of possibilities.

Who do you think Cassadee will take on in this potential Nashville battle, and who will walk away the winner? Stay tuned to NashvilleGab for the latest information on the appearance and when you can catch it on television!

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  1. Xxfrkncagexx@aol.com'

    I know who she battled and who won. I was there at the taping. But I’m not giving any details.

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