Christie Matthews

Kellie & Kree Are Gonna Get Inked!

Kellie & Kree Are Gonna Get Inked!

Well you all know Kellie Pickler is my pick to win Dancing With The Stars and and Kree Harrison is my pick to win American Idol, so I was super excited when I read that the two of them are already friends!  Apparantly they’re so close that if  Kellie wins ” DWTS” and Kree wins “Idol”, they’re getting matching ink! Kree said, quote, “We’ve decided that if we both win, which I know she’s going to win ‘Dancing with the stars’, we’re going to go get matching tattoos!” Kree didn’t mention whether they agreed on a specific body part  but Kellie already has three tattoos on her left arm to commemorate her USO trips so I think we can rule out that. I on the other hand have ZERO tattoos. I’m a scaredy cat!

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