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Watch all of Kacey Musgraves’ Performances from SNL Season 47 Premiere

Yes, she was actually naked on stage for her performance of “Justified.”

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE -- "Owen Wilson" Episode 1806 -- Pictured: Musical guest Kacey Musgraves performs "Justified" on Saturday, October 2, 2021 -- (Photo by: Will Heath/NBC)

Kacey Musgraves kicked off SNL‘s 47th season with a bang, as she stunned the in-studio audience and viewers at home with two memorable performances of songs off her latest album Star-Crossed.

The 33-year-old award-winning singer/songwriter made headlines for her first performance of the night, “Justified.” Sitting center stage with only Celine cowboy boots and her acoustic guitar, Musgraves sang the project’s lead single in the most raw and authentic way she could.

“She was nude,” Musgraves’ publicist confirmed to Variety. “Precautions were taken, and this was the first time it’s happened on the show.”

After the show, Kacey subtly gave viewers a hint as to why she performed the song naked by tweeting a photo of Robin Wright’s Jenny, singing as “Bobbi Dylan” while playing the guitar naked in the film Forrest Gump.

When she returned to the SNL stage, Musgraves walked out in her bare feet wearing ripped jeans and a flannel to perform her song “Camera Roll.” She started the song by sitting at a table with flashes of people looking through their phones, but as the song went on, she moved to center stage once again to deliver her second heartfelt performance of the night.

Kacey’s SNL appearance was the perfect way to bring Star-Crossed to life, which she says is a modern tragedy in three acts.

“This last chapter of my life and this whole last year and chapter for our country — at its most simple form, it’s a tragedy,” Musgraves told Rolling Stone back in February.

“And then I started looking into why portraying a tragedy is actually therapeutic and why it is a form of art that has lasted for centuries. It’s because you set the scene, the audience rises to the climax of the problem with you, and then there’s resolve. There’s a feeling of resolution at the end. I was inspired by that.”

You can watch both of Musgraves’ performances below and don’t forget to let us know what you think of them by either leaving a reaction at the bottom of the post or by sending us a tweet at @CS_Country.

Written by Gracie Lowes

Gracie is an intern at Celeb Secrets who attends St Clair College. When she’s not reporting on the latest news, she enjoys watching tv shows and movies, reading, going to concerts and traveling.

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