Sara Evans stopped by CMT's Nashville Squares for an upcoming episode of the country music game show, performing a snippet of her 2003 hit "Suds in the Bucket" and contributing her judging expertise to a laundry-themed competition. Press play above to watch a sneak peak of her appearance, available exclusively via The Boot.

In a fun break between game show sessions, Evans sings a verse from "Suds in the Bucket" while three superstar contestants -- Reba alum Melissa Peterman, TV personality and Queer Eye "Fab Five" member Carson Kressley and country's own Deana Carter -- race to see who can hang a basket of laundry the fastest and most expertly. After the race finishes, it's immediately clear that Kressley feels confident.

"I think I won that," he says in the clip. Fortunately for him, Evans agrees: "I'm gonna say, definitely Carson [won that competition]," she declares. "You've got your bra, and you did socks on top of the shirt. It's creative and it's functional."

"Thank you! I have a gift. It's a gift," Kressley replies.

A new game show series based on Hollywood Squares, CMT's Nashville Squares puts a country twist on the iconic tic-tac-toe game show format and trivia competitions. It's hosted by Bob Saget and premiered on Nov. 1.

Evans' performance comes from episode 104 of the show, which will air on Friday (Nov. 8) at 8:30PM ET on CMT. Elsewhere in the forthcoming new episode, Mitchell Tenpenny will go head to head with Jimmie Allen as they compete to win a new car for one of their fans.

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