Kacey Musgraves Delivers Touching Rendition of 'Rubber Duckie' on Elmo's New Talk Show
Country star Kacey Musgraves recently stopped by "The Not-Too-Late Show" with Elmo to play out a revamp of the exemplary "Sesame Street" song, "Rubber Duckie."
In the video posted to Sesame Street's YouTube channel, Musgraves, 31, can be seen donning a yellow dress and yellow eyeliner. She presents the lyric to Ernie's "cute and yellow and chubby" bathtime best friend.
Musgraves goes with herself on an acoustic guitar. As of this writing, the adorable clip already accumulated more than 85,000 views.
As reported by Taste Of Country, "The Not-Too-Late Show" is a child-focused parody of late-night television syndicated programs, with Elmo as host.
Every 15-minute episode proceeds with the propensity for making children's television of "Sesame Street." It's fun and informative as well as engaging for adults.
Of course, the show wouldn't be complete without Elmo's supportive friends — Cookie Monster, Mama Bear, Rosita, Bert, Ernie, and Oscar.
THE SINGER'S LOVE STORY
Meanwhile, Musgraves is the doting wife of singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, 31. The couple met at the Bluebird Café in Nashville in March 2016, as reported by Wide Open Country.
"Ruston played his first song, and I was just stunned by everything in it--the words, the melody, what he was saying," Musgraves said in an interview.
Musgraves has won six Grammys. Most recently, she took home the Album of the Year for her 2018 album.
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
"I was just sitting at this table, crying. When it was over, I went up and introduced myself," she added. "I said, "Hey, I don't really ever do this, but here's my number; I really wanna write with you."
Kelly, on the other hand, was also quickly taken with Musgraves. In an interview, Kelly recalled that when he first saw Musgraves, he immediately told himself that she was the most beautiful woman he had ever seen.
Musgraves had already released two albums at this point in her career. A couple of months after meeting, she invited Kelly over for a songwriting session. They started dating not long after.
On Christmas Eve 2016, Kelly proposed to Musgraves. The loved-up couple got married in October 2017, in Tennessee.
As reported by Glamour, Musgraves has won six Grammys. Most recently, she took home the Album of the Year for her 2018 album, "Golden Hour."
Musgraves was born in Golden, Texas. Her parents own a mom-and-pop print shop in nearby Mineola, and her mother is a visual artist.