Rascal Flatts member Joe Don Rooney jokes that he and his band mates are responsible for Justin Bieber's recent shorter haircut.
The country pop trio had collaborated with the teen pop star on the song "That Should Be Me." Part of the track's video and behind-the-scenes footage from its production are set to be shown during the special "Rascal Flatts: Nothing Like This Presented by JCPenney" on Saturday, March 12 at 9 p.m. ET on ABC.
The special also features a duet Natasha Bedingfield and Rascal Flatt's singer Gary LeVox performed at a January concert in St. Paul, Minnesota and more footage from their recent U.S. tour.
Rascal Flatts released its first single, "Prayin' for Daylight," in 2000 and has sold 20 million albums and 25 million digital downloads.
The trio is the most awarded country group of the past decade and has won almost 40 prizes at the American Country Awards, the American Music Awards, the Country Music Association, the People's Choice Awards and more, according to its website.
"That lyric in country music is so universal that, you know, it just kind of takes on a life of its own," LeVox told WABC. "I think the music that we make, it's got a little taste of all of our influences."
Watch WABC's interview with Rascal Flatts below.