You Won’t Believe What Ronnie Dunn Is Singing on “The Doctors”

The syndicated show is called The Doctors and it features four physicians telling audiences how to be healthier.

And that’s where Ronnie Dunn will share his health secrets and bust out the song “I Wish I Still Smoked Cigarettes” on Wednesday.

Someone on the show’s staff must have a sense of humor.

Ronnie has made several appearances on the show because he and the executive producer Dr. Phil (yeah, that Dr. Phil) have been buddies for nearly two decades.

Because the show is syndicated, you’ll have to check local listings to see when it airs in your market.

Check out this clip from a 2011 episode of The Doctors on which Ronnie was a guest.

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