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If you’re a fan of the gorgeous and talented Kellie Pickler, you know that her amazing voice and sweet personality are just part of her appeal. Tune into her reality show, “I Love Kellie Pickler,” where she shares the spotlight with her precious husband, Kyle, and their bevy of close pals, and you see another whole dimension to Kellie’s entertainment value. She’s crazy witty and willing to go the extra mile to get a laugh.

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She proved that once again when she sat down with Tyler Oakley from Ellen Degeneres’ “EllenTube,” who called the country cutie a “tornado of happiness.” That’s actually alarmingly accurate! The pair chatted about Kellie’s love of an adrenaline rush, a fact she has proven on her own show by learning to ride a motorcycle, bungee jumping and sky diving. They also discussed her trip with Kyle to Japan and the challenges of singing karaoke in a country where you don’t speak the language. But, things got really interesting when Kellie and Tyler explored a basket of products and goodies, including facial masks, a massage bar and Fundies.

“Fundies” are underwear built for two. Yes, one pair of briefs with one waistband and four leg holes, and as Kellie read the packaging, it became abundantly clear what their purpose was.

“I just saw ‘fun’ and I thought it looks like fun to me,” she said innocently. She then read on, giggling, “Half the fun is getting in them, the other half is up to you.” Of course, she and Tyler, who was quick to proclaim, “I’m gay, I’m not making a move,” had to try on the unique garment, and it’s pretty darn awesome to say the least.

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If Kellie Pickler is your girl, don’t forget to cast your vote for her in the Rare Country Awards. She’s up for female artist of the year. Voting is easy and you can vote up to 10 times a day. Let your voice be heard at RareCountryAwards.com.

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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