NO STAR TREATMENT FOR TERRI

If you happen to bump into Terri Clark, treat her like you would treat an old friend. She simply hates being treated like a star.

"I want people to like me for me and not for something they think I am," Terri told the Associated Press. "I don't at all want to be around anybody who's making a big fuss about me. I'm so not into that. I can't stand it."

Terri admits it's hard to make new friends because of her fame, but she's grateful for her old friends. She knows they'll be the ones who'll stick around long after her music career ends.

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