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Monday, January 29, 2007

Kellie Pickler Interview

Today I spoke with Kellie Pickler on the phone for a interview. The whole interview will be up at a site I write for either later tonight or tomorrow. I will post the link when it is ready. But for now I have a small excerpt from the interview for those anxious to hear more news from Kellie.

What song on the CD was the most fun for you?

The most fun, oh gosh they were all great for me. Umm I love “Red High Heels” of course because it’s kind of like my girls anthem. And I love shoes so that’s always fun to sing about (laughing). “Things that Never Cross a Mans Mind” is probably one of my favorite upbeat tempo songs because it is just a sassy song, and it’s a fun song.


Will there be a music video for I Wonder?

Yes we are actually are getting ready to shoot that in the next two weeks I believe.

When will you have a fan mail address for the public to send your fan mail too?

Umm people have been sending mail everywhere. When we get one we’ll let you know. Someone else with Kellie said he would make sure to get the information to me for all the fans to know exactly where to write.

On American Idol you were all so close, which of the girls was you closest to and which of the guys?

Probably the closest to, Oh I got very close to everyone in our own little way. Ace and I were very close like brother and sister, Bucky and I were super close, Chris and I were very close, Katharine and I and Mandisa and I.

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