It’s not every day Kacey Musgraves gets to dance barefoot in a tinsel hula skirt on the Grand Ole Opry stage. She did exactly that for her performance of “Mele Kalikimaka” with the Quebe Sister on the 2016 CMA Country Christmas special, airing Monday (Nov. 28) on ABC.

Musgraves recorded a version of the Bing Crosby and Andrews Sisters classic for her 12-song holiday album A Very Kacey Christmas after visiting the Aloha State at Christmastime last year.

“There’s something very classic about Hawaii to me,” she said backstage at the Opry. “The correlation between Hawaiian music, western swing, pedal steel and lapsteel that’s used, that’s always really inspired me. It’s just fun. I love the original version of ‘Mele Kalikimaka’ so I thought it was appropriate to bring a long some sisters from Texas that I’m a big fan of called the Quebe Sisters. They’re three siblings that play fiddle and sing this beautiful sibling harmony.”

On the same night as the CMA Country Christmas show she will bring her Very Kacey Christmas tour to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. The holiday run starts Saturday (Nov. 26) in Windsor, Ontario.