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Info From Music Row with Leuck and Howe 12/20/2021

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Lauren Alaina had quite an exciting weekend. While performing at the Grand Ole Opry she was surprised by a visit from Trisha Yearwood, who officially invited Lauren to become a member of the prestigious organization. A highly emotional Lauren broke out in tears, and could barely breath, at which point Trisha joked, “"The is sort of like a wedding proposal; you have to say yes.” "Yes!" she said. "All I ever wanted was to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry. I snotted on stage." She later told People, "I felt like Bambi. My knees … all of a sudden, I [had] to get closer to the floor. Then it was, 'There's a slit in my dress, stand back up.' That's all I could think." Lauren added on Instagram, “What words can I use to convey what this means to me? The@opryis the most magical place on earth. It takes my breath away every single time I step out on that stage,” notig, “It has been my biggest dream in my career to become an official member of the Opry family…It was certainly a night to reMEMBER. It is an honor, and I will never be able to say thank you enough.” Catch the video and photos below.

Dolly Parton is adding three more records to her illustrious career. She was recently awarded three Guinness World Records. She now has the records for females with the most decades, and No. 1 hits on the Billboard US Hot Country Songs chart. She's spent seven decades on the chart with 25 number ones. She also broke her own record for most hits to make it on the charts with 109 songs. Speaking to Guinness World Records, she said she's grateful for everything that's happened. The 75-year-old also said she's going to continue for as long as she can.


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