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Music City Food and Wine Festival Nashville

Hayden Panettiere and her baby bump was spotted alongside country star Holly Williams at the Music City Food and Wine Festival Harvest Night this weekend in Nashville.

She was joined by her co-star Connie Britton, Actor Garrett Hedlund, Kings of Leon‘s Jared Followill, Caleb Followill, and Nathan Followill.

Also a little plug for actress Mackenzie Mauzy and her new fansite. Mackenzie will be in ABC’s pilot episode for Forever tonight, she also stars in the highly anticipated film, Into the Woods.

 

Watch Hayden/Juliette sing Patsy Cline’s ‘Crazy’

Juliette may have a chance to turn her career around this season on Nashville. The country singer will take a stab at acting when she auditions for the leading role in a Patsy Cline biopic. Naturally, she’ll sing Cline’s “Crazy” in a bid to get the role—which will eventually bring her into Noah West’s (Dancing with the Stars’ Derek Hough) orbit.

Watch an exclusive sneak peek from the season premiere below:

Nashville Season 3 Photocall

Pregnant Hayden Panettiere looked ravishing in red yesterday as she attended a photocall for Nashville Season 3. Hayden beamed from ear to ear and couldn’t stop smiling as she lovingly cradled her growing baby bump.

While her bright red dress accentuated her rounded stomach, Hayden teamed her frock with towering silver peep toe heels.  Nashville is set to premiere on Wednesday, September 24 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC.

Nashville Season 3 Episode Stills

Season 3 of ABC’s hit show Nashville will premiere on Wednesday, September 24. Some fans will tune in to find out which man Rayna chooses. Some want to see how Will and Layla manage after his on-camera confession. But every Nashville fan is curious to see how actress Hayden Panettiere is going to try to hide that baby bump of hers as Juliette. Or will her pregnancy be written into the show?

We have added x07 new promo stills for Season 3 and the Official Press s03e01 Release is below:

In a First, Cast Members Charles Esten and Chris Carmack and Superstar Duo Florida Georgia Line Will Perform Live on “Nashville” for East Coast and West Coast Airings

“That’s Me Without You” – In the uniquely structured season premiere, a torn Rayna must choose not just between two men, but two directions that her life could take. Juliette, struggling to repair her relationship with Avery, auditions for the leading role of a film biopic. Meanwhile, Scarlett, determined to start fresh, embarks on a road trip home and bonds with an unexpected stowaway, and Will and Layla manage the fallout from his on-camera confession.

The third-season premiere of “Nashville” will be highlighted by three live performances within the episode—each performed twice—once for east coast and once for west coast. Real-life superstar duo Florida Georgia Line will perform one of their songs, Chris Carmack (Will Lexington) will sing “If It’s Love,” written by the Striking Matches, and Charles Esten (Deacon Claybourne) will sing a song he co-wrote with Deanna Carter, “I Know How to Love You Now,” on the Season Premiere of “Nashville,” WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.

Fans can obtain a free download of the live songs performed that night by Chris Carmack and Charles Esten through www.abc.com/musiclounge between EST and PST airing for a 24 hour period. After that window, the songs will be available for purchase through ITunes.

“Nashville” stars Connie Britton as Rayna Jaymes, Hayden Panettiere as Juliette Barnes, Clare Bowen as Scarlett O’Connor, Chris Carmack as Will Lexington, Will Chase as Luke Wheeler, Eric Close as Teddy Conrad, Charles Esten as Deacon Claybourne, Oliver Hudson as Jeff Fordham, Jonathan Jackson as Avery Barkley, Sam Palladio as Gunnar Scott, Maisy Stella as Daphne Conrad and Lennon Stella as Maddie Conrad.

Guest starring are Chaley Rose as Zoey, Aubrey Peeples as Layla and Ed Amatrudo as Glenn Goodman.

Nashville Baby Alert!

[SPOILERS] For those of you who guessed that Hayden Panettiere’s real-life pregnancy will be written into Nashville, you get three gold stars, because that’s exactly what’s happening!

E! News has confirmed that Nashville season three will feature a pregnant Juliette Barnes…and the drama just starts there.

Remember when Juliette made the poor life choice to cheat on her perfect boyfriend Avery (Jonathan Jackson) and drunkenly hook up with Jeff Fordham (Oliver Hudson, now a series regular), the skeezy head of Edgehill Republic, her old record label? That’s going to come back around to bite her in the butt more than you can imagine.

As if Juliette doesn’t have enough boy problems to deal with, not only did that ill-advised one night stand ruin her relationship with Avery, but it’s also going to cause her some major baby daddy drama, since she doesn’t know if the father is Avery or Jeff! Yikes.

While we can’t wait to see how Juliette handles the impending responsibilities of motherhood, we can’t help but feel bad for the poor girl. She’s never had an easy life—from her drug addict mother, to her trailer park past, to her endless career and boy troubles—but she’s always been able to claw her way to the top.

Will Juliette be able to find the joy in becoming a mother, or will she try to terminate the pregnancy to save her career and relationship? Will she finally get her happily-ever-after with Avery if the baby is his? Or in a less happier version, if the baby is Avery’s, will the southern gentleman feel obligated to marry her and raise the kid? Now that’s a wedding doomed from the start. No matter what the producers decide, the drama on Nashville is going to be a real mother this season.

Back in June, E! News confirmed Panettiere was pregnant with her and fiancé Wladimir Klitschko’s first child together. Panettiere showed off her baby bump when she hit the beach last week with her boxer beau, who recently told us, “She’s going to be more than an amazing mother.”

Nashville season three kicks off with an episode filled with live musical performances on Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 10 p.m. on ABC.