Kacey Musgraves goes into Sunday night’s (February 10th) Grammy Awards with four nominations, including overall Album of the Year and Best Country Album for Golden Hour. Her song “Butterflies” picks up a nomination for Best Country Solo Performance, while “Space Cowboy” earns a nod for Best Country Song. As if that's not enough pressure, Kacey will also be performing a couple songs during the live broadcast, including a tribute to Dolly Parton.

Kacey tells us, however, that she thinks she'll be pretty chill about hitting the Grammy stage: [“TV performances are a whole nother ballgame. They can be nerve-wracking, but they can also be very fun, and ultimately, I just try to find my center within all of that. I’m getting to perform songs that I really, truly love and feel comfortable singing, so I feel like I don’t really have anything to feel nervous about. Mostly I’m just excited, and of course there’s the glam and the wardrobe and the fact that my husband (Ruston Kelly) will get to be there sitting with me, so I’m just really going to try to find the fun of it all and not get too worried about the outcome and just ultimately just be myself and have a good time.”] SOUNDCUE (:36 OC: . . . a good time.)

The Grammy Awards airs on CBS beginning at 8 p.m. ET.

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