Kelsea Ballerini Sells New Merch Based On SNL Morgan Evans Diss

9 March 2023 | 12:23 pm | Staff Writer

Kelsea Ballerini made her SNL debut on March 4.

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Following her Saturday Night Live debut on March 4, Kelsea Ballerini has released new t-shirts that feature the words “Yeah. Sure. Okay.” via her official merchandise shop.

The new shirts are a reference to her performance of Blindsided on the late-night sketch comedy variety series where she added a new verse to the end of the song which references Over For You, the ballad her ex-husband and fellow country music artist Morgan Evans released in September, shortly after they announced their intention to divorce after almost five years of marriage.

"Now you're singing it loud on the radio / You couldn't say it to my face / You would have searched the whole world over? / Yeah, sure, okay," Ballerini sings in the new lyrics, which come at the end of the song. "Now you're singing it loud on the radio / Like you're the only heart that breaks / You would have searched the whole world over? / Yeah, sure, okay."

The line references Evans lyrics: “How long have you been waiting to take our pictures down / How long have you been breaking, why am I just finding out / I would have searched the world all over for you / Took a flight through the night to be that shoulder for you / I would have let go if you wanted me to / How many times did you say ‘I love you’ when it wasn’t true.”

The tan t-shirt features the phrase in bold black text on the chest while Ballerini’s name is on the back of the neck. The shirt retails for $35 and are available to purchase here.

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Blindsided is off Ballerini’s Rolling Up The Welcome Mat. The six-track EP was released on Valentine’s Day alongside a short film that was written and directed by Ballerini herself.

"I was writing by myself for most of the project, and it was nice to trust myself again. Most of them started with me and my guitar," Ballerini said in a statement. "The only way I've been able to handle my life since I was 12 was to write about it. Ironically, I started writing music because my parents got divorced; that was my therapy."

"Rolling Up The Welcome Mat was how I processed everything," she continued. "It's the way I got my feelings out of my body and heart and put them to music, which is the purest way I could've handled it."

Last week, Evans dropped an online docuseries centred around Over For You, as well as the ups and downs of his 2022 musical journey including bringing viewers backstage and back home where Evans grew up.


Keep up to date with Kelsea Ballerini on her Facebook page here.