Priscilla Block delivered a stunning performance of her chart-climbing, viral hit during The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Thursday afternoon, March 3, which was guest hosted by Grammy-nominated country star, Mickey Guyton.
Live from Warner Brothers Studios in Burbank, California, the breakout singer/songwriter and internet sensation performed her debut single, “Just About Over You,” alongside her band, composed of Sarah Jones, Jake Remington, Joe Bart, and Josh Beale.
While strumming her acoustic guitar, the 2022 ACM New Female Artist Of The Year nominee, wearing her signature look which includes “tight jeans, big hoops,” a sparkly shirt and her “hair up high,” as the song mentions, sang the chart-climbing hit.
“Why’d you have to come back in right then / Right when I was just getting good and gone? / Guess I was in the wrong place at the wrong time / You must’ve heard I was moving on / Then right out of the blue / A quarter past two, I’m all about you / When I was just about, just about over you / I was just about, just about over you,” Block sings on the chorus.
Watch her performance of the track on The Ellen Show below.
Previously, while talking with Country Now, Block shared that “Just About Over You” is a song that she’s wanted to write for a long time as “it’s real life.”
“I’ve been through a time when I thought that I was over somebody and then you see them or their mom reaches out to you. Anything that sets you back a little bit. I think everyone can relate in some way,” Block also told the outlet at the time.
The track, co-written by Block alongside Emily Kroll and Sarah Jones, appears on her just-released debut album, Welcome To The Block Party.
“Welcome To The Block Party baby, I say it’s all the sass, all the trash, and all the sad. Me as a whole,” Block shared of the project. “It’s basically me on an album. I’m really excited about it, I mean, this is my first full length album.”
Fans can pick up her debut album, which is out everywhere now, HERE.