‘The Voice’ News: Season 7 Winner Craig Wayne Boyd Reveals He Had ‘Nerves’ On Twitter Prior To His Grand Ole Opry Debut [VIDEOS]

The Voice's Season 7 winner Craig Wayne Boyd made his big debut Saturday at the Grand Ole Opry and revealed on Twitter moments before the gig just how nervous he was.

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The country crooner's Grand Ole Opry debut show was announced on Dec. 19 when the Opry's Twitter account shared Boyd was transitioning "From @NBCTheVoice to the #Opry" before revealing the show's date of Jan. 3.

Over the weekend, Boyd's debut finally happened after a few weeks building up to the monumental moment.

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Saturday prior to the show, Boyd tweeted his excitement over his Opry debut, "Nashville here I come!"

He took fans on a small journey with him Saturday night, snapping photos and sharing his feelings leading up to his Grand Ole Opry performance.

At one point he shared a photo of himself backstage, in which he said, "I can't believe I'm here right now!"

Literally moments before taking the stage, Boyd revealed he had "#nerves" and that he needed to take a "#deepbreath," but overall he was excited and ready to go since he asked his fans, "Ready #FringeNation?"

He even revealed a photo of himself off to the side of the stage, waiting to walk out onto the stage!

He capped off his weekend by sharing another photo of himself holding a poster noting his performance at the Opry. "Holy wow!" made it into the tweet too.

Boyd also shared with fans a video another fan took of him at his Opry debut while singing I Walk the Line.


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