NASHVILLE (AP) – Don’t look for drunkenness, debauchery or drama on Kellie Pickler’s new reality show. Pickler and her husband, songwriter Kyle Jacobs, say they want to keep the vibe positive. Pickler says having cameras everywhere she turned took some getting used to, but she and Jacobs made a point about setting boundaries while having fun. Jacobs says their relatives and friends who are part of the show “have just a little bit of crazy in them, just like we do.” Pickler says there are no cat fights. She says, “We don’t have cats. … He’s allergic.” ”I Love Kellie Pickler” premieres Thursday on CMT.
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