Before the Thanksgiving holiday arrives, you are going to have an opportunity, at least if you are a fan of Danielle Bradbery, to be thankful for the winner of “The Voice.” Why is that? It’s all related to that appearance and performance that she is giving on The CW’s “Hart of Dixie” in the episode airing on the Monday before the holiday November 25. She will ironically be performing her song “The Heart of Dixie,” and getting to draw in a new group of fans. That is almost always an awesome opportunity to take advantage of.
It was not that long ago that we first presented a few details about what you can expect during this episode, but now the official synopsis reveals a little bit more … including that you are not going to be losing Jaime King’s Lemon just yet due to maternity leave (which we have been worried about):
“When Zoe (Rachel Bilson) finds herself treating her uncle, she takes a chance and invites him to the Hanukkah celebration that she is hosting. However, this lands her in trouble once again with Vivian Wilkes (guest star Lauren Bittner). Lemon (Jaime King) enlists George (Scott Porter) and Lynly (guest star Antoinette Robertson) to help uncover crucial information about one of Brick’s (Tim Matheson) exes before he does anything rash. Meanwhile, Wade (Wilson Bethel) has a horrible toothache but refuses to go to the dentist, until Tansy (guest star Mircea Monroe) intervenes and helps him to open his eyes to his future.”
Bradbery can take quite a bit of this performance and use it to help her launch some more success in the country music world. This is her first major TV appearance away from “The Voice” in primetime, and while we’re sure that she will have another opportunity there soon, this is a different audience that ironically tunes in here even while the other show airs on NBC.
What do you think about the idea behind this episode, and do you think that they will find a way to incorporate Danielle’s performance without it sticking out too much? Share your thoughts below!
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