Ashley McBryde on CMAs, how she hasn’t spoken to Dolly Parton in years after ’embarrassing’ microwave accident

Ashley McBryde details why she hasn’t spoken to Dolly Parton in 10 years.

McBryde opened up to Fox News Digital about the incident at Parton’s lake house, which was undergoing renovations at the time. According to McBryde, she was babysitting for Parton when the rolls caught fire in the microwave and started a small fire.

McBryde was able to put out the flames, but not before they caused damage to the walls of one of Parton’s rooms, something she is still embarrassed about.

“It had to do with the bits of bagel and the microwave catching fire, I unplugged the microwave and let it out so everything was fine except for the freshly wallpapered room I was supposed to be guarding. why was i there It’s embarrassing,” McBryde explained. “I haven’t spoken to her since. She gave me a microwave and that was my last conversation.”

McBryde opened up to Fox News Digital about the incident at Parton's lake house, which was undergoing renovations at the time.  According to McBryde, she was babysitting for Parton when the rolls caught fire in the microwave and started a small fire.

McBryde opened up to Fox News Digital about the incident at Parton’s lake house, which was undergoing renovations at the time. According to McBryde, she was babysitting for Parton when the rolls caught fire in the microwave and started a small fire.
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McBryde previously shared on the Rob + Holly podcast (via Parade ) that someone she was babysitting accidentally put an entire box of bagels in the microwave, though she didn’t say who.

McBryde is nominated for five CMA Awards, including Single of the Year, Song of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, Music Event of the Year and Video of the Year. She says she is nervous and feels butterflies in her stomach from all the nominations.

“I think butterflies are a huge understatement,” McBryde told Fox News Digital. “I think nervousness is a huge understatement. It’s a performance you really have to kill, that’s what’s really important because you’re performing in front of your peers and they know when you mess up, so that’s what I try to focus on.” so i’m not quite like [nervous]. It’s always awesome to be there, it’s always awesome to be nominated, but to be on stage at the CMAs, wooh.”

Last month, McBryde was surprised by her good friend Garth Brooks during an interview with CBS Mornings.

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McBryde thought she had been invited on the show to talk about her latest album, “Lindeville,” when Brooks suddenly appeared on the monitors to officially invite her to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

McBryde surprised Garth Brooks when he invited her to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

McBryde surprised Garth Brooks when he invited her to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
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McBryde was happy that Brooks was the one to deliver the news, saying, “Garth has always been really nice to me. He’s never had to be, and I’ve never asked him to be, he’s just a naturally great guy,” she recalls, genuinely confused, in that morning on the talk show, when she said she “was really ready to talk about the new record” when she “saw Brooks come on the screen.”

“Being invited to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry is the best thing that could ever happen to anybody in country music, and I’m really happy and tickled that Garth raised his hand and said, ‘I’d like to be the guy that let her know, that he’s part of this family,” McBryde said.

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Being asked to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry is considered one of the highest achievements a country music artist can achieve. Becoming a member means being able to be on any Opry show they want, as a guest on a segment or as a host for the night.

As a relatively new artist, McBryde finds a great sense of encouragement and support among veteran stars in the country music industry, which she finds motivating and validating.

Ashley McBryde finds it encouraging and validating to be complimented by veterans in the country music industry.

Ashley McBryde finds it encouraging and validating to be complimented by veterans in the country music industry.
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“One night Wynonna. [Judd] she said as I left the stage: ‘That’s a diva in the making’ and she meant it, things like that are so solidifying that I’m in the right place and doing the right things and making the music I love and things are going advice.”

The 2022 CMA Awards air live on Wednesday, November 9 at 8:00 PM ET on ABC.

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