LeAnn Rimes plays herself from her childhood in Nashville to her performing around the country as a country-western singer, until she has to make a choice: Does she perform at the Grand Ole Opry, following her dreams? Or does she not go to the concert, and stay at her dying grandmother's bedside? The made-for-tv film is based in part on LeAnn's autobiographical novel. Written by
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Faith Shawn is supposed to give herself a shot of insulin for her diabetes, but she gives the shot in a vein in her forearm. Diabetics take insulin shots in subcutaneous tissue. There is no fat in the forearm, therefore she would not have taken a shot of insulin there. See more
Young LeAnn Rimes
How did Grandpa Luther get that cotton on his cheeks?