LEE ANN PROUD OF GRAMMY NODS

Lee Ann Womack is especially thankful for her twin Grammy nominations for her hit, "I May Hate Myself in the Morning," because it's a traditional sounding tune.

"It's great to see that recognized by people outside the country music business," says Lee Ann. "It's not easy to get a song nominated that has twin fiddles on it." Lee Ann is nominated for her performance of the song while the writer, Odie Blackmon, is up for Best Country Song. And she'll know if she's a winner in just a couple of days. The Grammy telecast airs Wed. night, Feb. 8, from Los Angeles on CBS, beginning at 8:00 p.m. ET.

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