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Mindy McCready, who was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence in May 2005 has been found not guilty. She was found guilty of driving on a suspended license. Mindy had a number 1 hit in 1996 with “Guys Do It All The Time” and has problems in her personal life in the past few years.

Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman married in Australia in June, putting to rest the speculation and rumors of their dating, being engaged and when the wedding would take place. Don’t worry girls, they are making their home in Nashville and after the honeymoon, Keith is back performing for his fans with Nicole reportedly in attendance.

Clay Walker has made news after being seen with the new woman in his life. It has been reported that he and wife Lori have divorced and both are moving on with their lives.

The Dixie Chicks continue to make news with the cancellation of some shows and reshuffling of the tour schedule. After receiving little play on radio, they still walked away with the number 1 CD for several weeks in a row.

Porter Wagoner has been hospitalized for an aortic aneurysm and has had surgery. He is expected to make a full recovery.

Kelsi Osbourn of SHeDaisy has given birth to twin girls, Savannah Marie and Adyson Amilia in Nashville. She should be back to touring with her sisters after the beginning of the year.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill had to reschedule some tour dates when Tim came down with bronchitis and couldn’t perform.

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