Hillary Scott is no bridezilla.
The Lady Antebellum singer doesn't have much time to plan her and fiancé Chris Tyrell's wedding, let alone turn into a monster about it...
Scott and bandmates Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have been pretty busy promoting their new album (Own the Night) and putting together an upcoming tour. "[Chris] is actually talking to the planner more than I am right now, which I'm very very thankful," Scott told E! News last night before Lady A's show at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. "I'm a lucky girl."
However, she has been thinking about the menu—well, a certain part of it. "We did ask him, 'What kind of groom's cake do you want?' and he goes, 'I really want a cheeseburger [cake],'" Scott said.
Kelley offered to provide the tunes at the reception because he deejayed in middle school. "Tim McGraw's 'Don't Take the Girl' was always a tearjerker, brought everybody together," he said. "And then when I needed them to rock a little bit, 'Baby Got Back.'"
Or, as Haywood suggested, "Get them back up with 'YMCA.'"
The 90-minute gig at the Troubadour was definitely a treat for fans. Dozens cheered—OK, screamed—as Lady A performed about 10 songs. "We are so excited that we have a new record," Scott told the crowd. "We wrote for this record for the past two years. We even started writing for this record before the second one was even out. We had about 50 songs that we wrote."