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The duo, which won for Best New Artist that year, lip-synced a live performance during the program.

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Four months after Zellweger married the country star in May 2005, she filed for an annulment, citing “fraud” as the reason for their split. Of course, there’s the bigger-picture problem of why anyone had to make up a story at all.” After filing for the annulment in September 2005, Zellweger issued a statement clarifying that the term “fraud” was “simply legal language and not a reflection of Kenny's character." “I’d said all I needed to say on that subject,” she told The Advocate when asked if she felt she needed to defend Chesney at the time.

The move resulted in speculation that Chesney was gay. “I’m an old-fashioned gal who doesn’t feel it’s appropriate to hang out your laundry on the lawn.

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