Carly Pearce woke up to spectacular news on Wednesday (Feb. 20) — she's nominated for New Female Artist of the Year at the 2019 ACM Awards.

"Up with the sunrise FREAKING OUT in L.A. finding out that I'm nominated for New Female Artist of the Year!!!!!!" she writes on Twitter. "This year has blown my mind in every way and it's because of YALL that this is happening. I've watched this awards show my whole life and dreamt of moments just like this."

Pearce admits that she's "Pretty sure everyone in L.A. just heard me scream 😂 YAYAYAYAY!!!!"

Other nominees in the New Female Artist of the Year category in 2019 include Ashley McBryde, Lindsay Ell and Danielle Bradbery.

Pearce also took to her Instagram stories to say "Yeah, baby!" to her fiance, Michael Ray, on being nominated for Best New Male Artist ahead of the awards show, which will air live from Las Vegas on April 7.

Ray was quick to congratulate his wife-to-be, too, writing on social media: "Thank you to the #CountryMusic community and the @acmawards for your love and support. And congrats to my smoking hot fiancée and queen CP on new female vocalist!!!"

This summer Pearce will be hitting the road with Jason Aldean and Kane Brown on Aldean's Ride All Night Tour.

The 2019 ACM Awards will be hosted by Reba McEntire and will air live on CBS on Sunday, April 7. McEntire announced the nominees on CBS This Morning on Wednesday, Feb. 20.

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