Female Vocalist of the Year nominee Kelsea Ballerini treated the audience at the 2018 CMA Awards to a stirring performance of her latest single "Miss Me More." The song comes from her 2017 album Unapologetically.

Wearing a white crop top under a dark power suit and her hair styled in a perfectly blunt and sleek bob, Ballerini looked fresh and modern. As she sang "Miss Me More," dancers sporting white t-shirts and black pants performed choreography (and acrobatics!) with each holding a wooden chair.

At the end of Ballerini's set, the dancers stood in front of her and fell away one by one to reveal the talented songstress standing in the spotlight--where she belongs.

"Miss Me More," written by Ballerini, David Hodges and Brett McLaughlin, follows "Legends" and "I Hate Love Songs" as singles from Unapologetically, Ballerini's sophomore album. The song lends its name to her recently announced 2019 Miss Me More Tour, which will hit arenas beginning in April.

Joining Ballerini on her 2019 Miss Me More Tour will be fellow rising star Brett Young, as well as newcomer Brandon Ratcliff. Prior to the start of that trek, Ballerini will be on the road with Kelly Clarkson. Clarkson's 2019 Meaning of Life Tour is scheduled to begin in late January and run through the end of March.

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