Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and Hillary Scott of the country music group Lady Antebellum are getting excited — and a little nervous — to perform at the Grammys this Sunday Jan. 31. “It changes on a minute-to-minute basis,” Hillary explains exclusively to OK!.

The country pop trio is nominated for two Grammy Awards including Best Country Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals and Best Country Song.

“I think now that we have a performance slot we feel a little pressure to put on a good performance,” Charles explains to OK! “It’s going to be not just the country market likely listening to us for the first time and this will be their introduction to our music and seeing us live so we want to nail it. With the success of  Need You Now through the roof, we feel like this could be our chance to take it to the next level if we have a good performance.”

When can we expect to see Lady Antebellum perform Sunday?

“I think we’re right before or right after Beyoncé,” Charles says of when we can expect to see their performance.

“We’re before or after and it’s really scary no matter how you shake it,” Hillary adds.


The trio says their almost most excited to see Beyoncé at the Grammys, but have a few other stars they won’t mind seeing on stage.

“Black Eyed Peas are always fun to see,” Charles tells OK!. “And The Zac Brown band is a great country band we’re excited to see and Taylor Swift, we’re friends with her.”

Sounds like it they’ll be having a good night no matter what!

Reporting By Jennifer Birn

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