Kacey Musgraves faults her 'SNL' outfit: 'I forget clip removal'

After her appearance on "Saturday Night Live" last weekend, Kacey Musgraves is pointing out a small clothing faux pas.

Two of the most breathtaking performances came from the "Rainbow" singer during the sketch comedy program, when she performed both the title track and her most recent single, "Too Good to be True." Her sixth studio album, "Deeper Well," will be released next week

She had her brunette hair pulled back to the right of her face with a hair clip when she returned to the 8H stage for presenter Sydney Sweeney's goodbye, suggesting that it had been placed there during her hair and makeup routine.

Grammy winner admitted the gaffe on X (formerly Twitter) not long after the show aired. The video. Adding, "I neglected to delete the video," she reposted a fan-taken shot of Musgraves and Sweeney bidding farewell.

Going forward, Musgraves is scheduled to make an appearance on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on March 14, the day prior to her album's release, and the "Today" show the day after that.

Musgraves stated in a press release last month that she decided not to create an album similar to 2021's "Star-Crossed," which was inspired by her divorce from singer-songwriter Ruston Kelly, but rather that she made her upcoming release for herself, reuniting with her Americana, country, and folk roots. This choice is a result of her "doing a lot of therapy and honestly falling in love again and opening myself back up to the human experience," she explained.

According to her, "Deeper Well" gets to the heart of what it is to be human by exploring the depths of self-discovery and interpersonal connection. "And I just think the older I get, the more I realize that if you don't know yourself and you don't have a deep relationship with yourself, you're not going to have that with anybody else."

The fourteen-song "Deeper Well" follows 2015's highly lauded "Star-Crossed." With her duet with Zach Bryan, "I Remember Everything," which won a Grammy for Best Country Song by a Duo or Group, she finally broke through to Billboard's Hot 100 chart last year.

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