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Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum will grace the December cover of Redbook, and inside she talks about her upcoming wedding and the fact that her fiancée, Chris Tyrrell has taken on a lot of the planning since her schedule is so hectic.  Hilary’s Lady Antebellum band mates, Charles and Dave, will be at her wedding, but she says, “I’m not asking them to sing or play an instrument. I’m not putting anybody I love to work on my wedding day.  I even told our band and crew that I know it’s a weekend off that we would normally have, so if they want to take a vacation and not come, they’re not going to hurt my feelings.”  Hillary also talks about being the only girl in Lady Antebellum.  She says, “There are moments when I’m like, ‘If I hear one more ‘That’s what she said’ joke, I’m going to pull my hair out. But for the most part, the guys are so easygoing and there’s no drama.”  Redbook is actually asking readers to vote for the cover shot that will appear on the magazine when it hits stands on November 15th.  You can click here to cast your vote for one of four choices.

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