FAITH HILL NERVOUS ABOUT FANS' REACTION

The teaser for last night's Faith Hill interview said that she will "tell Dan Rather she's about to change everything."

Sounds ominous, but television producers tend to have a flair for the dramatic.

Faith spoke to Dan about her hopes for the future, and revealed that her new album, "Cry," is somewhat of a departure from her previous projects.

She says that she's nervous about her fans' reactions and says that it's not to alienate her die-hard fans -- she's just hoping to reach a newer and wider audience.

"Cry" will be released on October 15.

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