Kelsea Ballerini has had her share of ups and downs recently — but mostly ups. After her highly-publicized divorce was finalized this year, she dropped a surprise EP and short film, Rolling Up the Welcome Maton Valentine's Day, and it has already become something of a viral hit with fans. Soon, she'll ride that success onto SNL, as a musical guest.

Ballerini will make her SNL debut on March 4, 2023, on an episode hosted by Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl winning tight end Travis Kelce.

She doesn't take these career highs lightly. Quoting her song "Mountain With a View" from her new ... Welcome Mat EP, she writes on Instagram of the late-night appearance news:

"It’s not 7AM and I’m not on a mountain with a view but I am in my living room screaming crying and throwing up."

The country star's recent EP drop was a surprise to fans, announced on the day of release, and dives into personal details of her divorce from fellow country artist Morgan Evans. Ballerini wrote the songs, and co-directed the corresponding short film, which is divided into six parts.

SNL airs on Saturday nights at 11:30PM ET on NBC. Be sure to tune in and watch and root for Ballerini. This March, she'll continue her Heartfirst Tour. She also recently purchased her "dream home," a house formerly owned by Kacey Musgraves. Scroll through the pictures below to see inside Ballerini's previous Nashville farmhouse.

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PICTURES: See Inside Kelsea Ballerini's Dazzling Nashville Farmhouse

Kelsea Ballerini is taking fans inside the dazzling modern farmhouse that she now calls home in Nashville. The singer's new residence is filled with colorful furniture and bold-print wallpaper that she calls "maximalist," but it's also set on a piece of land big enough for her dog, Dibs, to have some room to roam.

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