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  1. Crossover superstar Shania Twain is no stranger to success, and her latest accomplishment proves it. Twain has been named by Forbes magazine as one of the best paid musicians, alongside singers such as Madonna, Sir Elton John and Rod Stewart.......  Read Full Episode Summary »

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  1. Crossover superstar Shania Twain is no stranger to success, and her latest accomplishment proves it. Twain has been named by Forbes magazine as one of the best paid musicians, alongside singers such as Madonna, Sir Elton John and Rod Stewart. We'll take a look back at her career and find out how she made it to the top of the heap. Oklahoma native Toby Keith has made it known that he'd like to follow fellow country stars Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Reba McEntire onto the silver screen. We'll sit down with the superstar to find out what he has up his sleeve and when we can expect to see him at a local movie theater. Newcomer Cowboy Troy burst on the country music scene earlier this year with his debut single, "I Play Chicken With the Train." We'll catch up with the young hick-hop star to talk about his brand new CD, Loco Motive, and find out what else is going on with his career. Country icon George Strait has over two decades of hits to his credit, but he's not ready to retire just yet. His latest CD, Somewhere Down in Texas, hits stores on Tuesday, June 28. We'll shine the spotlight on the new project and share how you can get a special CMT DVD exclusively at Wal-Mart. Also on tap for this episode: we'll visit with rapper Nelly about his take on CMT and country music; head into the studio with new singer Amber Dotson; visit with NASCAR driver Rusty Wallace as he says farewell to the sport he loves; and hang out with Pat Green as he has a special visit with the San Diego Padres. Actress Melissa Reeves will give us sneak peeks at Tom Cruise's War of the Worlds and Billy Bob Thornton's Bad News Bears.

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