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Kellie Pickler performed at the closing showcase of the Billboard Country Summit Tuesday. The Billboard.biz recap of her show mentions that she performed her debut single “Red High Heels,” a new song called “Stop Cheatin On Me (Or I’ll Start Cheatin On You)”, her intensely personal 2nd single from her debut album “I Wonder” and her new single “Tough”

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Kellie Pickler performs “Tough” at the Country Music Summit

Kellie’s been doing radio promo for “Tough”. She does her version of a Minnesota accent and talks about how she can’t wait for Kyle’s family to come to her hometown in North Carolina and experience the accents there with WMZQ The Boxer Show

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Kellie talks about her recent canoeing adventure with US99.5

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Kellie talks about dealing with pregnancy rumors and her thoughts on PDA with 94.1KMPS

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In this interview with Coyote 93.7, Kellie talks about a song she’s recorded for the new album that was written just for her called “Where’s Tammy Wynette” that’s about how upset she gets that she’ll never meet the country legend. The song is written by Jimmy Ritchey (who’s cowritten George Strait hits like “I Gotta Get To You” and “Twang”) plus a bunch of Jake Owen songs), Leslie Satcher (who cowrote “Tough”), and Don Poythress (who cowrote Kellie’s “Things That Never Cross A Man’s Mind” and Easton Corbin’s breakthrough hit “A Little More Country Than That”).

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  • tomr

    LOVE Kellie!!!!!!

  • car3278sweet

    Ha! The Minnesooooota accent stuff was funny. Haven’t lived there in years, but every time I go home, I fall into that Scandahovian yoodle.