CMA Awards : Jelly Roll (39 Years Old, New Artist) Wins New Artist of the Year, Sets Records

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CMA Awards : Jelly Roll (39 Years Old, New Artist) Wins New Artist of the Year, Sets Records

39 Years Old Jelly Roll won the trophy for New Artist of the Year at 2023 CMA Awards. The 2023 CMA Awards were hosted by Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning. The show aired live on ABC.

He was super excited holding his trophy in the air. Saying: “I got a thousand people to thank and more than that to my wife and almighty god.”

He asked a favor from his fans to keep going for their dreams.

He expressed love loudly to his fellow nominees. “Megan, Parker, Hailey Love you all and we are friends” He Said: You are one of the hottest things on earth more than country music. I love you. I’m glad we are sitting there partying the rest of the night.

At Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 8, the country singer took home the 2023 CMA Awards’ new artist of the year title. He then gave an electrifying statement.

He kissed his wife Bunnie Xo, then hugged fellow nominee Zach Bryon As His Name was announced by Lady A. Jelly Roll went on to the stage to accept the prize while his song “Need a Favor,” which he performed with Wynonna Judd to open the show, played.

Judd discussed the performance with reporters in the CMA Awards press room after getting off the stage. “It was overwhelming. He’s so strong and excellent at what he does, the musician from “Why Not Me” remarked. “I was so nervous and so excited.”

 As the crowd in the arena gave him a standing ovation, he said, “Let’s party, Nashville!” and raised his trophy in victory to round off his speech.

At the last Jelly Roll said : “This is something I could never have anticipated. “Would you have dreamed of this?” someone asked. And I didn’t have the courage to dream this large,”  “Therefore, I hope that someone is sitting at home right now and has a dream. You may believe that a dream is too great, but it might just be too small, sweetie. Dream, Bigger, Aim higher.”