Friday, October 28, 2005


Apart from worrying if Omarion has narrowly escaped any nasty incidents recently, most of sympathy will have been directed towards Kenny Chesney, waiting for his fraudulent marriage to Renee Zellweger to be annulled; over even before he'd removed his big country hat. Chesney's bearing up to the loss of his wife of a few weeks with the help of - yes - music. It's like a drug, see. But a legal one:

"It's like medicine — and obviously I need that now," the 37-year-old country singer tells Life magazine in an upcoming issue.

Asked about his brief time as Mr. Zellwegger, and he offers a gnomic response:

"What was that old song: 'We got married in a fever, hotter than a pepper sprout,'" Chesney replies.

That song was called Jackson, wasn't it? Is this some hint? Was Michael involved? Or is it simply that, since the next line refers to a fire going out, a wry acknowledgement that Renee was disappointed that she only got embers when she was expecting a big, licking flame?

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