When it comes kicking off 2021, Ingrid Andress has no intention of hanging around.
Taking to 'The Late Late Show' with James Corden on Monday night (January 4), the Grammy-nominated singer made her first appearance of the year with a powerful performance of liberating single 'Lady Like'.
Surrounded by her favourite flora and coated in various shades of Green, the performer stated her intentions for the year with an empowering live performance that showcases both her bite and her subtlety, bouncing and swooning across the stage with assuredness. The singer is quickly ascending into a star-in-waiting, and this performance alone cements how deserving she is.
Alongside the performance, Andress sat down with Corden to chat being drunk through most of the end of the year, her reaction to becoming a Grammy Nominee and getting her head around the success of 'Lady Like'.
2020 was quite the year for the 29-year-old Nashville native. Her debut album Lady Like was a streaming sensation, earning the singer three grammy nominations - a Best Country Song nod for her hit “More Hearts Than Mine”, Best Country Album for Lady Like and an all-genre nomination for Best New Artist.
Andress' debut album 'Lady Like' is available now via Warner Music Nashville.