Nashville is about to be greeted by one of the biggest pop stars of the generation.
On Friday, The Hollywood Reporter announced that "Tik Tok" singer Kesha will be making her way on the ABC drama for a cameo appearance as herself. The show is also set to welcome country singers Thomas Rhett and Kelsea Ballerini, but it doesn't seem like any of them will be in the same episode.
It's also unclear on what any of them will be doing, but odds are likely it'll be worth waiting to find out.
This comes as good news for Kesha who just went through a legal battle with music producer Dr. Luke. The pop singer tried to get out of her contract with him on claims that he had assaulted her. But the preliminary injunction was denied, causing a big scandal in the music industry.
As for Nashville, there has been some speculation that the series could be canceled after the fourth season since it has yet to be announced for a renewal.
But in a report from Entertainment Weekly, network boss Paul Lee said they're doing what they can to add more to the story.
"We don't have any plans to finish Nashville," Lee said at the Television Critics Associations' press tour. "We have an incredibly passionate audience. The Nashville audience grows by a large amount in our delay viewings. No, at this point, no plans for Nashville other than to keep it going."
Nashville airs on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.