"Nashville" devotees are up in arms over the cancellation of the hit ABC show.
Rayna Jaymes Connie Britton spoke about the series coming to an end during a Monday appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" and our achy-breaky hearts just can't handle it.
"It's bittersweet," Britton said, before diplomatically adding, "Look, I always feel like, to have four years on anything, you can never take that for granted. You know, it's been a really great run. It's also kinda nice to be like, 'OK, we ended it and now we're gonna move on,' and hopefully I'll be able to do something else fun and great."
The star then admitted that her move has been "schizophrenic," as she prepares to leave her devastated friends in Nashville, Tennessee, for a homecoming with her clearly elated friends in Los Angeles.
"I don't know what I feel!" Britton said as she pretended to sob.
After news of the show's cancellation made its way 'round the Internet, the actress posted a heartfelt Instagram dedicated to her "Nashville" crew.
"To the amazing friends and family who are Nashville, to the cast and crew, and most of all to the fans ... I'd just like to say it's been my honor to be a part of this world, to live in it and breathe it in and try to replicate it," Britton wrote.
The actress added, "Sometimes we were more successful than others. But the place of Nashville in my heart is deep and permanent. I am grateful for the hard work and faith of so many who dedicated themselves to creating and supporting this show. And I am forever changed for the better. Thanks for the music."