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Nashville Sneak Peek: Is Juliette the Next Taylor Swift? Watch Her Say Goodbye to Country Music!

Hayden Panettiere, Nashville ABC/Mark Levine

"Well, in all fairness, country music kind of broke up with me…"

It's time to shake things up in this week's all-new episode of Nashville. After her very public, I'm-not-apologizing-for-nothing performance, Juliette (Hayden Panettiere) is ready to leave the charming bubble of country music behind and step into a new genre of music.

To get you excited for this week's hour, we've got your first look at Juliette quest to become the next world-renowned superstar, a la Taylor Swift . Take a look at the exclusive clip below to find out who's giving Juliette a ticket out of Nashville and if she's ready to take the next big step in her career. 

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High-powered, hit-making producer Howie V (Michael Chernus), absolutely loved Juliette's latest single, "Don't Put Dirt On My Grave Just Yet," and is ready to take her straight to the top. Well, actually, first he wants to take her over to Los Angeles to record a new song—and then to the top. 

And Howie certainly has a way with words. "Your rebound needs to be bigger and bolder," the big shot says. "Let those country folks cry into their boots because they didn't realize the absolute Goddess in their midst." This music producer is clearly a pro and knows exactly what to say to melt Juliette's cold exterior.

So what does our blonde bombshell have to say after Howie's buttery speech? Four excited little words: "When do we start?"

Nashville is all-new Wednesday at 10 p.m. on ABC.

Do you think Juliette has what it takes to be the next Taylor Swift? Are you excited for this week's episode of Nashville? Sing your thoughts in the comments below!

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