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You know Mary Steenburgen as an Emmy-nominated and Oscar-winning actress -- she's starred in everything from "Wilfred" to "Joan of Arcadia" to "Melvin and Howard," the latter her Oscar role. Recently, though, she's added "singer and songwriter" to her list of accomplishments.
Steenburgen, who is married to "CSI" star Ted Danson, was profiled on "CBS News Sunday Morning" this week and says that after a recent surgery on her arm, "the music started." She began hearing music everywhere and felt the need to start writing down what she was experiencing.
"At one point I kind of looked in the mirror and said, you know, you're a mom, you're a wife, people count on you, you can't go off the deep end into this kind of crazy, musical swirl," she says.
But she started to pursue it, and she's now written some 40 songs -- and even signed a songwriting contract with Universal Music. »
Yahoo is reporting that inside sources say the two want a "really intimate" wedding ceremony and that even though ruby ring was not a proposal, the singers have been discussing tying the knot near where Katy grew up in Santa Barbara.
"Katy and John want to have a really intimate traditional ceremony with only their closest friends and family. They're both from fairly traditional families and don't want a big party," says a source.
"While this might not be the official ring, it's a symbol of their commitment. Katy and John's relationship has become very serious very quickly. Katy always swore she wouldn't rush into marriage again, but they get on so well and she really thinks he's changed," the source continues. »
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