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Where and/or how did Kyle Jacobs and Kellie Pickler meet?
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Classic Quotes by Kyle Jacobs and Kellie Pickler about their relationship:
"He writes songs every day and nine times out of ten, they're about me. He makes me CDs, and I get in my car and they'll be playing. He leaves me notes around the house. He writes letters. He's just so romantic." Kellie Pickler 4/2011
"We laugh because when I go home, my accent gets thicker and he's like, Whoa, baby, I need subtitles." Kellie Pickler
"Yes, it's true, I'm sleeping with my producer! He is so good at what he does. The music he's produced for Lee Brice is all over the radio! I'm so excited to be in the studio again recording a new album, and working with Kyle has been amazing. He has watched me perform for years, so it was great to have a front row seat as an artist and see him in his element. This is such a fun song. I hope it's this year's summer anthem. It captures that summer love, that first love, that first kiss, that first spark of romance when you know there's something special happening. I think of Kyle when I sing this song and the love we share. We've been married four years and together more than seven, but we're still like newlyweds." Kellie Pickler 6/2015
"We start shooting the week of the CMT Awards (June 10 on CMT) and the CMA Music Fest (June 11-14 in Nashville), so there will be a lot going on. We're still in the creative process, but it will have music of course since that's what Kyle and I do, and our personal lives, but nothing dramatic! We have fun together and do normal things. They'll be coming into our house, so that's incentive to keep it clean! Actually, I've always been a clean freak. I'm a little bit OCD with my Clorox wipes, and I hate clutter. If something doesn't have a purpose or a reason for being there, it doesn't need to be there." Kellie Pickler 6/2015
"It's named for my great-grandmother Selma. They are pieces that were inspired by things she had or that we had in our home. My father in law does wood turning and he taught Kyle, so I brought some pieces in that he made and asked them to recreate those. It's old-country, rustic restoration, shabby chic." Kellie Pickler 6/2015