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Once again your blog is ahead of the curve. Consider this quote from the Sunday Pioneer Press on American Idol Kellie Pickler, ..."Shopping in Nashville, Tenn, where Pickler moved after "American Idol," is less frenzied. "people have a respect for artists there," she says. "I just walk right into Walgreens." It helps that there are bigger stars to spot on the streets of Nashville. "I'd love to meet Nicole Kidman," Pickler says." I think Kellie must be reading your blog.


SHORT !!! You call 6'4 short. I think you need glasses. Ronnie Dunn is any thing but short And I have met him and seen him out on public

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