CMT's 'Gone Country' Back For A Second Season
May 6, 2008 at 8:10 AM (PT)
CMT's highest-rated series, GONE COUNTRY, is back for a second season with WARNER BROS./NASHVILLE artist JOHN RICH as host. GONE COUNTRY 2 will take seven celebrities from every realm of the entertainment industry and immerse them in all things Country. They will learn the Country lifestyle for two weeks and pair up with a NASHVILLE songwriter to write their own Country song based on their experiences. The new cast will be:
SEBASTIAN BACH: singer, songwriter, Broadway actor; former lead singer of SKID ROW
IRENE CARA: GRAMMY and ACADEMY AWARD-winning singer, songwriter; actress, “Fame”
MIKALAH GORDON: singer, host, actress; 2005 “AMERICAN IDOL” finalist
JERMAINE JACKSON: television personality, former lead singer of The JACKSON 5
CHRIS KIRKPATRICK: television personality, music producer, member of *NSYNC
LOREZNO LAMAS: musical theater actor; actor “Renegade” and “Falcon Crest”
SEAN YOUNG: actress, “Blade Runner” and ”Ace Ventura: Pet Detective”
Last year's GONE COUNTRY winner was JULIO IGLESIAS JR., who released his single "The Way I Want You" to radio in MARCH.
GONE COUNTRY 2 is currently filming in NASHVILLE and will premiere on CMT in AUGUST. For more info, visit www.cmtpress.com.