Ashley McBryde Performs Revengeful New Single ‘Martha Divine’ At 2020 CMT Music Awards
2020 CMT Music Awards co-host Ashley McBryde gave a performance of her revengeful single “Martha Divine” during the star-studded telecast….
Ashley McBryde; Photos Courtesy of Getty Images for CMT
2020 CMT Music Awards co-host Ashley McBryde gave a performance of her revengeful single “Martha Divine” during the star-studded telecast.
On Wednesday (Oct. 21), the country hitmaker performed the new song live from Nashville, surrounded with guitar boats full of shovels.
“Tonight, we will be doing ‘Martha Divine’ which is a chilling love story about someone else’s husband and someone else’s wife and it involves a big guitar boat full of shovels,” McBryde teased ahead of her performance.
McBryde is also up for two awards, including Female Video Of The Year and CMT Performance Of The Year.
The 2020 CMT Music Awards aired Wednesday night (Oct. 21) on CMT and featured performances from Morgan Wallen, Jimmie Allen, Noah Cyrus, Kelsea Ballerini, Halsey, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Brooks & Dunn, Maren Morris, Kane Brown, Dan + Shay, Sam Hunt and Shania Twain as well as debut performances by Caylee Hammack, HARDY, Ingrid Andress, Mickey Guyton, Riley Green and Travis Denning.
The show was co-hosted by Kane Brown alongside Ashley McBryde and Sarah Hyland.
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