CMT Premieres Gone Country

See what happens when R&B star Bobby Brown, Maureen McCormick of The Brady Bunch and a host of other non-country acts try to become country stars in the new CMT series, Gone Country, premiering Friday, Jan. 25, at 8 p.m. ET.

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John Rich assembles the seven celebrity singers and guides them through the process of becoming bona fide country artists. The rest of the cast features pop star Julio Iglesias, Jr., singer and TV talk show host Carnie Wilson, R&B singer Sisqo, American Idol alumnus Diana DeGarmo and Dee Snider of the heavy metal rock band Twisted Sister. John will produce a single for the winning contestant.

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