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'Nashville' Sneak Peek: Rayna Performs on 'Dancing with the Stars'

Rayna performs on Dancing with the Stars on tonight's new Nashville.
On this week's new Nashville, airing Wednesday, November 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on ABC, Rayna performs on Dancing with the Stars but her increased media exposure has a cost.

In the episode, titled "I'm Coming Home To You," Rayna's campaign to raise Highway 65's sales and profile finds her performing her latest single on Dancing with the Stars. But when she agrees to be shadowed by a reporter all weekend for the cover of a magazine, just as Luke hopes to rekindle the romance, she realizes she may have pushed her public access too far. Juliette struggles to prepare for motherhood alone, and Will and Layla brace themselves for the premiere of their reality show.

Watch a sneak peek video below:



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 Dalton, Aubrey Peeples as Layla Grant, David Alford as Bucky Dawes, Kourtney Hansen as Emily, Brette Taylor as Pam York, Alexa Penavega as Kiley Brenner, Tom Bergeron as himself, Mykelti Williamson as Terry, and Anthony Ruivivar as Brett Rivers.

"I'm Coming Home To You" was written by Monica Macer and directed by Mike Listo.

Nashville is executive produced by Dee Johnson (Boss, The Good Wife), Callie Khouri (Thelma & Louise), and Steve Buchanan.

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