Kree Harrison has been sharing the stage with a few country music greats lately. She made her Grand Ole Opry debut with  Keith Urban and Kellie Pickler, and on Wednesday (June 5) joined fiery redhead Wynonna Judd onstage at Nashville's 3rd and Lindsley venue.

Although the 'American Idol' runner-up told once talk show host Rosie O'Donnell that Judd is one of her favorite singers and that she is an effusive fan, it seems that the 'No One Else on Earth' hitmaker is also pretty impressed with the Harrison.

Thursday, Judd tweeted a photo of the two of them, saying, "“Kree & I sang 'Love Is Alive' & 'Grandpa' together last night. She is such a musical gift."

After the 2013 CMT Music Awards, the two singers headed to 3rd & Lindsley, where they performed the two songs together, much to the excitement of lucky fans in attendance. When Harrison joined Judd onstage for 'Love Is Alive,' the attendees broke out into screams, and she flashed her adorable dimpled smile at the crowd.

“This woman has been one of my biggest influences my entire life,” she said, looking completely awestruck. Several times throughout their performance, the young songstress and the country legend looked like they were best buds, grabbing each other's hands, grinning from ear-to-ear and blending in perfect harmony.

Judd didn't let everyone forget that these were her songs, as she introduced 'Grandpa' by saying jokingly, "I start the first verse because it's my song. Let's get that straight."

Seems like it was the perfect evening for Harrison, who has an exciting future ahead. When she looks back on the past, the 'Idol' contestant will likely always remember the time she joined her musical idol onstage.

Watch Harrison and Judd Perform 'Grandpa' in Nashville


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