BRAD PAISLEY'S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION

John Marshall High School in Glen Dale, West Virginia held its 10 year reunion for the graduating class of 1991, and Brad Paisley was there -- with a couple of gate crashers.

Two of Paisley's band members, Ben Sesar and Kendal Marcy, joined in the reunion festivities, even though they did not attend the school. The joke was Paisley's idea, and he made arrangements for his band members to have name tags and everything, the two imposters posing as George Scherzer and Ken Cawfield.

Scherzer and Cawfield had a great time mingling with their supposed classmates, although the real alumni were wracking their brains trying to figure out why they didn't remember them.

"It was a blast seeing everyone," said Paisley. "It was almost like we all picked up on a conversation we left off on 10 years ago. It was really wonderful!"

"As for my two band members, Scherzer and Cawfield, I think you'll find that they enjoyed my reunion more than their own."

Paisley was voted "Most Talented" and "Best Actor" by his senior class in high school.

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