Lainey Wilson’s Journey From Struggling Artist to Country Star Explored in ‘Bell Bottom Country’ Trailer

In her upcoming documentary, Lainey Wilson: Bell Bottom Country, the "Wildflowers and Wild Horses" singer will take fans  

on a journey from the Louisiana-born artist who once lived in a camper trailer when she first arrived in Nashville to her current  

status as CMA entertainer of the year and four-time Billboard Country Airplay-topper.  

"I experienced a lot of rejection, a lot of heartache," Wilson says in the documentary trailer, which debuted on Monday (May 6).  

"I am a tough woman, but it is not easy. I have days when you have to do everything you can to get out of those dark pits."  

The show, produced by Robin Roberts' ABC News Studios production team, features not just Wilson in conversation with Roberts,  

The trailer includes photos from Wilson's upbringing, as well as images and film from her early days in Nashville,  

including the camper trailer, which served as a home base and a source of comfort during her difficult early years in Music City.  

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