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An aspiring singer moves to Nashville and discovers what the price of fame is. Way more cheesy then the original. I say C+
An aspiring country music singer with a special gift is caught between who she is and who she wants to be. After leaving home a woman who wants to be a singer tries her luck in Nashville. She soon realizes that the price of fame is not what she thought. I am a big George Strait fan but was not a huge fan of the original apart from the soundtrack. This one was over the top cheesy. George Strait is in this one too, but playing himself. If you liked the original I'm pretty sure you would like this one too. I give it a C+.
Would I watch again? - Probably not, but I may watch first one again just to see if I remember it right.
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