Kacey Musgraves Discovers Her Favourite Colour On Sesame Street

7 December 2021 | 12:35 pm | Mallory Arbour

Kacey Musgraves stopped by Sesame Street to sing with Elmo, Big Bird, The Count and more in a song where she attempts to decide on her favourite colour.

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Kacey Musgraves stopped by Sesame Street to sing with Elmo, Big Bird, The Count and more in a song where the Grammy Award-winner attempts to decide on her favourite colour in the world.

The singer’s cameo begins with her coming to Elmo with a “big problem.” She can’t seem to decide which colour is her favourite and is looking for some advice, only to realise there are so many colours, there’s no need to choose just one.

She sings, “Red is Elmo’s favourite colour. You know, I really like red too. It sometimes means stop or love you a lot … Yellow is my favourite colour. I love yellow ‘cause it’s so fun ….”

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Kane Brown recently also stopped by The Not-Too-Late-Show to sing with Sesame Street’s Elmo and Cookie Monster about baseball, tennis, soccer, football and more in a song about sports. See here.

Musgraves released her fourth studio album, star-crossed, in September. Inspired by Musgraves’ divorce from fellow musician Ruston Kelly, the 15-song collection is structured as a modern-day tragedy in three acts, tells an extremely personal journey of heartache and healing. The album was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee earlier this year in just under three weeks, reuniting Musgraves with writers and co-producers Ian Fitchuk and Daniel Tashian.

star-crossed will follow-up her critically acclaimed 2018 album, Golden Hour. Exploring elements of disco, electro pop, electronica, pop, country and yacht rock (or adult-oriented rock), the album’s expansive sound substantially broadened her appeal across genres — resulting, in 2019, in Musgraves being the first woman to play both, the Coachella and Stagecoach festivals on successive weekends.

The album debuted at #4 on the US Billboard 200, and won all four of its nominated categories at the 61st Grammy Awards, including ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Best Country Album’. The album’s first singles also won awards – Butterflies for ‘Best Country Solo Performance’ and Space Cowboy for ‘Best Country Song’. Golden Hour also won ‘Album of the Year’ at both the ACM and CMA Awards, and is ranked at #270 on Rolling Stone’s ‘500 Greatest Albums of All Time’ list.

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