Little Big Town members Karen Fairchild and Jimi Westbrook fielded some hefty questions backstage before the 2019 ACM Awards. The husband-and-wife pair, who make up half of the talented foursome, sat down with 6-year-old Londyn, a patient at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, who was on hand to deliver some of life's most important questions.

Londyn first grilled Fairchild and Westbrook on a few of their favorite things, kicking off with the most important "favorite" of all: food.

"I'm kind of a pizza girl," Fairchild admits, asking the 6-year-old what her favorite food is (brownies, naturally). Westbrook's favorite, by the way, is fried chicken.

The conversation then turned to favorite colors. You'll have to watch above to find out what they are!

Londyn is currently battling Neuroblastoma at St. Jude. She and another patient named Addi were on ACM Radio Row in Las Vegas leading up to Sunday night's (April 7) big awards show. They hung out with Little Big Town, ACM Awards host Reba McEntire, ACM Entertainer of the Year Keith Urban and more country stars -- just one of years and years of moments shared between the country music community and St. Jude.

In 1989, Alabama member Randy Owen formally began country's connection to St. Jude by founding St. Jude Cares for Country Kids, a program that, through annual radiothons, has raised more than $800 million for the pediatric cancer research hospital.

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