Is Carly Pearce Teasing New Music With Her T-Shirt?
After revealing the CMA Awards nominees from the Grand Ole Opry House on Tuesday (Sept. 1), Carly Pearce was spotted…
Carly Pearce; Photo by John Shearer
After revealing the CMA Awards nominees from the Grand Ole Opry House on Tuesday (Sept. 1), Carly Pearce was spotted leaving the iconic venue wearing a t-shirt that could possibly be teasing new music.
In the photos captured by Getty Images Photographer ‘Alter Ego,’ Pearce is seen wearing a pair of jeans and a white t-shirt with the words ‘Next Girl’ printed on it.
Since filing for divorce from Michael Ray in June, the songstress has been teasing new music and it appears she is hinting at her next single title within her attire.
Carly was spotted leaving the Opry this morning… wonder what this shirt means 👀☕️ pic.twitter.com/VcgBHLrrNN
— Carly P Connect – FAN ACCOUNT (@CarlyP_Connect) September 1, 2020
Recently, Pearce has documented her time in the studio on Instagram and teased the potential lyrics, “he’ll hide the red flags for a little while…” which got fans excited for what’s to come.
Pearce confirmed to Country Now via an Instagram comment that new music is “cominnnnnn” in response to a post captioned “Sitting here waiting on that new @carlypearce music to drop.”
Her next single will be the follow-up to the chart-topping single, “I Hope You’re Happy Now” featuring Lee Brice, which earned several CMA nominations this morning including ‘Musical Event Of The Year,’ ‘Music Video Of The Year’ and ‘Song Of The Year.’ Pearce was also nominated for ‘New Artist Of The Year.’
On Thursday (Sept. 3), Pearce confirmed that her new single, “Next Girl,” will officially be released at Midnight ET on September 4. Her Instagram post revealed a snippet of the song, however, fans will have to check back at Midnight for more.
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