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Wynette

Tammy, original name Virginia Wynette Pugh. 1942--98, US country singer; her bestselling records include "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" (1967) and "Stand By Your Man" (1969)
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But Cerys has assured her fans they don't need to worry that she's turning into the next Tammy Wynette.
I want someone to be George Jones to my Tammy Wynette.
I'm sure, like me, you were saddened to hear about Tammy Wynette.
The album, made up of classic country hits re-recorded in the band's signature bluegrass style, gives a modern flare to the popular music originally recorded by Elvis, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, and Tammy Wynette, among others.
Coached by Aljey Rafaela, 8-year-olds Wynette Beatriz Jugador, Zittie Aleeyah Florendo and Alyssa Ruiz and 9-year-old Kiara Beatriz Atoc teamed up with Capili to earn the nod of the judges with 9.
Some of the many who appeared included Lou Reed himself, Bono, David Bowie, Tom Jones and Tammy Wynette.
Tammy Wynette had a UK No 1 with Stand By Your Man 3.
Alt-country band The Wynntown Marshals are giving it some serious twang, while Tammy Wynette soundalike Monica Queen - wearing sunglasses - looks on admiringly from the back of the room.
But it seems some celeb wives are refusing to make like Tammy Wynette and stand by their (philandering) man.
Pacquiao, who is following the steps of other artists to have popularized the song including Tina Turner, Tammy Wynette, Rod Stewart, Barry Manilow and Engelbert Humperdinck, is set to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Show on Thursday next week to launch his own rendition of the song.
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He has gone on to sing all over the world and has toured with Charlie Pride, Tammy Wynette and Kenny Rogers.