Lauren Alaina is officially a member of the Grand Ole Opry -- with a little help from Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks.
During the Opry's Saturday night broadcast, the "Road Less Traveled" singer became the Opry's newest member when she was inducted by Yearwood, who also extended the invite in December.
Before her induction, Alaina received a special video message from none other than Dolly Parton herself, who told her, "You and I have a lot in common; we both started young, we love country music and we love the Grand Ole Opry."
"Since I was a little girl I've dreamed of this moment," the "American Idol" alum said through tears, calling the honor "the biggest dream come true of all time." "Most little girls dream of their weddings, I dreamed of this."
The night was made even more special for the new inductee when Yearwood invited Brooks to play guitar on "Walkaway Joe," much to Alaina's shock and awe. The two Georgia natives traded vocals on the classic country hit, with Alaina giving Brooks a hug as he strummed the melody.
At 27, Alaina -- who made her Opry debut in 2011 -- is now the youngest living member of the Grand Ole Opry.