LEE ANN WOMACK: I GET A LITTLE NERVOUS

Lee Ann Womack's career is taking off quite nicely -- her last album, "I Hope You Dance," sold 3 million copies, and her newest album, "Something Worth Leaving Behind," will be available in stores next week.

Lee Ann used to fantasize about being the headliner at a major venue. Now that her fantasies have come true, she is realizing that the experience of being a star is scarier than she imagined.

"I have three buses and a truck," she says. "And sometimes I look at all the people -- my backup singers, assistants and the guys setting up and getting ready for sound check -- sometimes the heart beats a little quicker because it's a lot of responsibility. You look around, and that's when you see how many people are counting on you to get out there and make it happen

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