Lauren Alaina Hosts The Next Women of Country Class of 2021 Special with Caylee Hammack and Rissi Palmer

Lauren Alaina Hosts The Next Women of Country Class of 2021 Special with Caylee Hammack and Rissi Palmer

Did you see the CMT Presents: Next Women of Country Class of 2021 special?

Lauren Alaina, along with Caylee Hammack, and Rissi Palmer hosted the program that featured performances from Tenille ArtsPriscilla Block, Ashland CraftBrittney SpencerSachaMackenzie PorterHarper GraeReyna RobertsHannah Dasher, and Chapel Hart.

The show also features previous Next Women of Country class members like Carly Pearce, Ashley McBryde, Cassadee Pope, Maggie Rose, Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and many others.

One of the original women of country music also appears in the special–Tanya Tucker.

The woman behind the Next Women of Country, Leslie Fram, also appears in the special to shared the story behind why the list was started, and how the members become part of a supportive community that is built with the mission for creating success for everyone involved. Leslie also admitted that even as the 2021 class was just announced they are already looking for the 2022 class members because she and the other people involved are continually searching for and are surround by so many talented female artists.

Check out the Next Women of Country Class of 2021 special right here…

 

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