'Nashville' Season 6 Spoilers: Juliette Barnes Goes Berserk In Front Of The Crowd

Jonnalyn Cortez

She has been down and frustrated in the previous season, but Juliette Barnes (Hayden Panettiere) is doing everything to compose herself. However, it looks like her emotion is taking its toll on her in the upcoming Nashville Season 6.

In the new trailer revealed by CMT, Juliette can be seen having an episode while in front of a big crowd. In spite of admitting the mistake she has done, it seems like she is having a hard time to cope.

"I don't want your money; I don't want your attention," Juliette said in the new trailer for Nashville Season 6.

The country singer/songwriter goes berserk and tells the concertgoers that she is very sure she doesn't need their love. However, she is later seen with teary-eyes in the next scene. Is she feeling guilty and will once again issue a public apology?

In the previous season's final episode, Juliette admitted that she had stolen the song made by Maddie Conrad (Lennon Stella). Her revelation cost her to be removed from the American Music Awards, but it did help her to redeem herself. However, it seems like she is now regretting her decision in the coming Nashville Season 6.

Juliette's confession also saved Highway 65 after Zach Welles (Cameron Scoggins) threatened to shut it down. It even resulted in the partnership of Deacon Claybourne (Charles Esten) and Zach to revive the company.

Meanwhile, aside from Juliette's outburst, Deacon, Jessie Caine (Kaitlin Doubleday), Avery Barkley (Jonathan Jackson), Maddie Conrad (Lennon Stella), and Daphne Conrad (Maisy Stella) are also seen handling their own problems. They might be trying to deal with their issues with friends, family, fame, and love, TV Line reported.

As Deacon seems like having a flirty phone call, he might be talking to Jessie, who is also holding her phone and looks very excited in the new trailer of Nashville Season6.

The most noticeable of them all is Gunnar Scott (Sam Palladio) and his new hairdo. The former sound engineer at The Bluebird Cafe is now rocking platinum blonde mane while conquering the stage with his guitar.

Nashville Season 6's premiere episode is set to be released in January 2018 on CMT.