LeAnn Rimes Blended Into The New GRAMMY Museum Exhibit In The Best Way

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LeAnn Rimes checked out an exhibit at the GRAMMY Museum, and obviously, she blends right in. The legendary country music singer shared a video on Instagram on Thursday (June 2), showing that she’s “hanging out with some icons” at the museum. Standing amid wardrobe displays, Rimes hashtagged names of other powerful women in country music, including Shania Twain, Faith Hill and more.

Rimes stopped by the museum to celebrate the opening of the highly-anticipated The Power Of Women In Country Music exhibit. “On display in the exhibit is the GRAMMY-winning artist’s dress she wore at the 39th #GRAMMYs. That year she became the youngest person and the first country artist to win Best New Artist at age 14,” the GRAMMY Museum shared on its own Instagram account.

The Power Of Women In Country Music includes a diverse list of dozens of female artists who shaped the genre over the decades. It opened on May 31 and will remain on display through Sunday, October 2. 

“It’s humbling to be included in the Women In Country exhibition alongside such powerful and impactful female artists.” Rimes previously said in a statement. “This also couldn’t be better timing to highlight items from some of my most memorable moments as this year marks my 25th anniversary in the industry. It’s wild to think how quickly time goes by when you’re doing something you truly love!”

See her Instagram post here: