Clare Bowen plays mild-mannered, singer-song writer Scarlett O’Connor on ABC’s “Nashville.” According to a Jan. 28 report on Wetpaint, the actress hinted at some upcoming events on the show. Before we get to that, here’s a quick refresher on where all the songbirds stand on the show.
Scarlett and Gunnar have been noticed by producers and have hooked up with Avery’s cast off band mates to form their own band. Avery also has a record deal but his has come at a price. He lost Scarlett, his band and his integrity. Rayna and Juliette are on tour together and barely tolerating one another and now that Deacon has joined the roadshow, things are bound to heart up.
What fans have been waiting for is that moment when Scarlett, Gunnar and maybe even Avery cross paths with the superstars. Avery has already has a fleeting chance when he tried to hit on Juliette at the Number 1Record party given. She completely blew him off but their bad attitudes and over-inflated egos seem to imply they could find comfort together.
According to Clare Bowen, “Everybody is going to crash into each other. You got a taste of that at the Ryman when Rayna and Juliette were performing “Wrong Song.” More of that is to be expected.”
She says we need to remember the promises of the pilot episode, specifically, that scene when producer Watty White first heard Scarlett and Gunnar performing producer “If I Didn’t Know Better” at the Bluebird Café.
Could it be Rayna or Watty that has put one of the song-writing duo’s songs on hold? We’ll have to wait for the upcoming episodes of “Nashville” to find out for sure.
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