'Nashville' Music Videos: Two Sides of Juliette in 'Consider Me' and 'I'm a Girl'
'Nashville' Music Videos: Two Sides of Juliette in 'Consider Me' and 'I'm a Girl'
Carla Day
Carla Day
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
One of the highlights of watching Nashville each week is hearing new songs and amazing performances. Country fan or not, the music hits the hearts of the show's fans. This week on "I've Been Down That Road Before," Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panetierre) sang two very different songs. The first was a highly coordinated act with dancers and sparkles,while the second was a beautiful song she wrote and performed with Deacon. 

ABC has released the music videos for both songs. Whether you liked both or only one, you can enjoy them over and over again! 

"Consider Me" 

"I'm A Girl"

Juliette's manager, Glenn, wasn't happy that she performed "Consider Me." She desperately wants to be respected as an artist and not just someone that can put on an act. After disparaging tweets about her song, her assistant turned it all around, "I loved your song. Loved that you were brave enough to do it." 

Not only did Juliette's assistant love the song, so did her fans. Within a couple hours, a YouTube video garnered 100,000 likes and they praised it in the comments. That was the encouragement Juliette needed to put move forward in a new direction. She gave her manager an ultimatum, "My audience is willing to grow with me. I suggest you do too."

Did you love "Consider Me"? It just might have made my eyes water up a bit. And, the respect that both Rayna and Watty had for the song and her performance was touching. 

Which song was your favorite?

Nashville airs on Wednesdays at 10 pm ET on ABC.

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