'The Voice' Winner Danielle Bradbery Heads to 'Hart of Dixie' (Exclusive)
The 17-year-old country singer will perform on an upcoming episode of the CW series.
Hart of Dixie is taking a page out of The Voice's playbook.
The CW drama has booked the most recent winner of NBC's popular singing competition series, Danielle Bradbery, for a season-three cameo, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
The 17-year-old country singer will appear in the eighth episode of the new season, where she will perform her debut single, appropriately called "The Heart of Dixie."
The track peaked at No. 58 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 16 on the Billboard U.S. Country Songs chart. The official music video, which was released Sept. 23, has already garnered more than 876,000 YouTube views.
A day after winning season four of The Voice as a member of Blake Shelton's team, the Texas native signed with Big Machine Records and is eyeing a November release for her first album.
Bradbery is the latest musical act to drop by Hart of Dixie, on the heels of indie group The Head and the Heart. Musicians who previously have made appearances include American Idol alum Scotty McCreery and country trio Gloriana.
Hart of Dixie premieres Oct. 7 on The CW.
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