RaeLynn made her Grand Ole Opry debut on Sept. 26, stepping into that iconic circle to sing three songs, including her single, 'God Made Girls.' The Boot has the exclusive premiere of that performance.

The former 'The Voice' contestant, looking poised and sophisticated, charms the crowd with the song's sweet lyrics: "Something that can wake him up and call his bluff and drag his butt to church / Something that is hard to handle / Somethin' fragile to hold him when he hurts / So God made girls."

The 20-year-old also performed 'Young' and 'Love Triangle' during her debut.

“Being invited to sing at the Grand Ole Opry is an absolute dream come true,” says RaeLynn of the experience. “Standing in the same hallowed circle as my heroes and looking out into that crowd performing my own music is a moment I will never forget."

The songstress will hit the road in 2015, opening for Miranda Lambert on her Certified Platinum Tour.