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CMT has announced it's ordered Outsider's Inn, a new reality series starring Gone Country first-season participants Maureen McCormick, Bobby Brown and Carnie Wilson as they operate a bed-and-breakfast in rural Tennessee.
Former U.S. child star Maureen McCormick made her debut as an "Access Hollywood" guest correspondent Thursday interviewing Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus.
CMT had announced Gone Country, a new reality competition series that will follow seven established musicians as they move to Nashville for two weeks and immerse themselves in a all things Southern for the chance to record and release a country song, will premiere with a special one-hour episode on Friday, January 25 at 8PM ET/PT.
Diana DeGarmo came up short in her bid to become American Idol's third-season champ, but she's ready to take another stab at winning a reality singing competition.
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