Yellowstone actress Lainey Wilson reveals how she keeps herself 'grounded' amid intense fame

Lainey Wison uses her "faith" to stay grounded amid the pressures of fame.

The 31-year-old star was mostly known as a country singer before taking on the role of Abby in the hit series 'Yellowstone' opposite Kevin Costmer and claimed that she talks to God in order to deal with her success.

She told Fox News Digital: "I feel like there’s a few things that keep me grounded.

"I run my mouth a lot, but I talk to God a lot too. I think it’s really important to stay as grounded as you possibly can. If that means picking up the phone, talking to your mama, talking to your family, talking to your nephews, surrounding yourself with the people who love you and who know you better than anybody, I think those are all the little tricks. That’s what I’m doing."

The 'Heart Like a Truck' hitmaker made her first appearance in 'Yellowstone' during the fifth season in 2022 but admitted she has "no idea" what will happen when it comes to the future of the series and that she is simply waiting for the call.

She said: "I'm still waiting to find out what's happening with ‘Yellowstone. I have absolutely no clue. I did talk to Kelly Reilly [Beth Dutton] the other day and you know, we'll see what happens. Once they give us the call - we're there!"

Her comments come after it was claimed that showrunners were desperate to get Kevin back for his role as John Dutton after he exited the Paraomount+ series to settle his divorce with Christine Baumgartner.

Puck News reported that Kevin’s representatives managed to arrange a phone call between themselves and show creator Taylor Sheridan, 53, who had written most of the fifth season’s second half under the belief Kevin would not be returning.

The outlet reported even though Taylor was apparently willing to rewrite in order to continue Kevin’s character John Dutton’s storyline, the actor’s alleged demands for more money, a reduced shooting schedule, and script approval scuppered negotiations.