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2010 CMAs: Kellie Pickler
Kristina Guerrero: How are you?
Kellie Pickler: I’m great. How are you?
Kristina: I’m so wonderful. You’re very old Hollywood glamour right now, is that were you going for?
Kellie: I was just going for whatever was looking better what I was looking like before. So I just tried this. This dress is by Pamella Roland. And it was a first dress that I’d try on and I went “Okay I’ll take that one.” Yeah, let’s just go with this direction, do whatever with my hair, do whatever with my makeup. I just don’t take much time to do that.
Kristina: So are you low maintenance kind of a girl?
Kellie: For the most part I mean I have my diva things that are like. But I think we have all have our little moments where we’re not so I don’t know.
Kristina: Lady like?
Kellie: Yeah, we have our moment. But --
Kristina: We are entitled. We’re women.
Kellie: Exactly, exactly.
Kristina: So it’s always good to see you at on the black carpet tonight. The CMA awards you were here last year, it’s always such a blast. Tell me what kind of, for the people at home, what kind of party is this?
Kellie: Well there’s a lot of alcohol involved. And this is the Country Music Awards. And there’s a lot of rhinestones and boots and yeah.
Kristina: Good looking men. Good looking cowboys.
Kellie: Yes. Yeah, it’s really just all about embracing country music and embracing the fans and just embracing I guess the country music format.
Kristina: And you’re presenting tonight?
Kellie: I’m presenting song of the year which is one of my favorite categories because it shines a light on the songwriters and you know it shines a light on the people that are behind the songs. A lot of times you don’t know who wrote those songs that you’re listening to on the radio or that you’re buying on iTunes. You really don’t know where the songs originated from, where it first came about. And so it’s interesting to shine a light I guess on the people that really deserve it and that are the writers. Without the writers we wouldn’t have songs to sing.
Kristina: That’s right. One last question for you, how are the wedding plans?
Kellie: They are very, very early, early stages. Nothing set on stone so --
Kristina: Would be a big wedding or a little wedding?
Kellie: Well we don’t even know. We are on the very early stages. I just finished tour, we got engaged right before I left for the Rascal Flatts tour and that tour just ended. So know we’re just now sitting down and saying “Okay, what we’re going to do?”
Kristina: Well we can’t wait for it.
Kellie: Thank you. We’re just excited about just getting it done. Because we want to get married, we just want to get married and I won’t be surprised if we left tomorrow. So you know.
Kristina: If you do we have it on E news. You have fun tonight.
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