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
At least we're safe in here. When we don't get to where we're supposed to be, they'll send people for us.
Well. Well, now... Miss Singin' Star, what makes you think so? Huh? You heard any cars pass by out there in the last, what? Six hours?