Lucy Hale had the “best night” of her life when she made her debut at the fabled Grand Ole Opry venue in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday.
The Pretty Little Liars star was given the honor of performing at the country music Mecca as she relaunches herself as a musician after finding fame on the hit teen drama.
Hale, who grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, performed songs from her new album Road Between, and told the crowd it has been a life goal of hers to sing at the Grand Ole Opry.
She explained, “Little girls dream about their wedding dress. I dreamed about the dress I was going to wear on the Opry.”
Following the show, the 25 year old took to Twitter to express her gratitude for the opportunity, writing, “No words. Beyond blessed. Thank you Opry for the best night of my life”.
Hale was originally scheduled to make her Opry debut in February, but postponed the show after falling sick.