Fans are begging for Halsey to make country music after her performance with Lady Antebellum at the 2019 Country Music Association Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday.
The pop singer joined forces with the country group to perform a mashup of their new songs "Graveyard" and "What If I Never Get Over You."
Halsey's vocals blended flawlessly alongside those of band members Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood, who also helped out with harmonization on the stripped back verses of "Graveyard."
After seamlessly blending the pop hit with the country track, fans on Twitter started calling for Halsey to make country music.
—Hope J ♡ (@_lhj19) November 14, 2019
—B (@BrittanyAllisa) November 14, 2019
—lifeinthesouth (@SarahKujawa5) November 14, 2019
—Hennessy (@Henness29158544) November 14, 2019
—mother of dragging (@JosephineToIedo) November 14, 2019
—haley wroblewski (@wroblow1210) November 14, 2019
Other fans started imagining a new stage name the singer, whose real name is Ashley Frangipane, could release country music under. E! News even hopped on the trend, referring to her as "Yallsey" in a tweet.
—Jordan Rhoton (@jprhoton) November 14, 2019
—E! News (@enews) November 14, 2019
—RP ???? (@rileepaigexo) November 14, 2019
The tweet by E! News caught Halsey's attention and she hilariously didn't know how to react.
—h (@halsey) November 14, 2019
Watch the video of Halsey and Lady Antebellum's CMA Awards performance below.