‘Yellowstone’ Season 5: Who Does Country Star Lainey Wilson Play? How She Looks In Season 5?

Yellowstone Season 5:  For Lainey Wilson, this past week was a monumental one. The country music singer made her acting debut in the Season 5 premiere of Yellowstone on Sunday, and on Wednesday she earned two of the most prestigious CMA Awards, for New Artist of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year. The most popular program on television, or whatever.

Wilson’s Yellowstone persona is also a performer, much like her. Similar to Ryan Bingham (who plays Walker), she will be performing her own unique music in the program. How did she even get here?

In an interview with the New York Post, the singer, who just released her new album Bell Bottom Country, stated, “I met [series co-creator and executive producer] Taylor Sheridan when he put one of my songs in the show.” He sent an invitation to a horse-riding competition in Las Vegas, and I accepted. Horses became a common ground for us.

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We rejoin a party in celebration of John Dutton‘s (Kevin Costner) election as Governor of Montana at the very end of the pilot episode of Yellowstone, which featured a brief time leap to depict his accomplishing this feat.

The Shane Smith and the Saints, longtime friends from Yellowstone, play a set (including another smasher, “Dance the Night Away”) at this party, where a number of entertaining events are filmed.

Abby (Wilson) may be seen keeping a close check on the guys in the bunkhouse as they play with their lassos, with special interest focused on Ryan (Teeter). As Beth approaches, they are able to have a philosophical discussion that gives us insight into both of their perspectives.

Like her actress counterpart, Abby decides she would never date a cowboy since she knows she will never come first in his life. In true Beth form, she looks down her nose at the concept and says something like, “I’m biassed, but I like someone who’s got a complete life and something to share with me,” as Rip sits theatrically in the field and watches.

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A spark may have been lit, for Abby doesn’t take much persuading when Ryan walks over to her to give in to his charms. He asks her to dance, and then he lassos her to make sure she comes with him (The Shane Smith song still playing helps bring it all together too).

Is it too much to say that Yellowstone shines brightest when it fully embraces its musical moments (Shane Smith) and guest performers (Lainey Wilson)? We came for the Western culture, of course, but we also needed a break from all the seriousness.

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