Alan Jackson’s Girls Love Moving

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Alan Jackson says he was really worried recently about selling his $28 million estate where his girls grew up.

He tells The Tennessean he thought it’d be tough for the girls—now teenagers—to leave their childhood home. Au contraire.

“But, they were ready to go. They used to ride golf carts all over the property. They weren’t like boys who would have been out there fishing,” Alan tells the newspaper.

“But that’s what I was worried about. They’re all fired up about [designing their new rooms], so I don’t feel so bad about it now.”

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