Editor’s note: Terri Clark’s episode of In the Moment premieres Friday (Dec. So it comes as somewhat of a surprise that she allowed cameras from CMT’s In the Moment to follow her and fiancé Greg Kaczor while planning their wedding. He used to call me and wake me up and start singing “Close to You” in the phone, the Carpenters song. Looking back on your wedding day, what do you remember the most? childhood friends that he grew up with since he was 5 and went to school with. childhood friends that I had grown up with and known since I was 12.
Keeping the cool breeze at bay, she draped a velvet blazer around her svelte frame to complete her chic all-black ensemble. I didn’t want to open that book if it wasn’t something that was going to be around for a long time. If it had been any other guy, who was maybe a construction worker or something, and wasn’t used to this whole show business crap — (in a low, masculine voice) “I’m not doing that! But he was a willing participant — which helped a lot. We started off a little guarded — “No this, no that. Don’t want that.” Then we really liked our camera girl Shawna. I was surprised at how perfectly it went, honestly. I was absolutely having a breakdown about the weather three days before, because for two weeks, it was miserable, dreary, drizzly and cold. That was the only nice day they had that whole day, pretty much. I actually programmed all the wedding dinner tunes on my i Pod and just brought some speakers in and played it. We had everything from Captain & Tennille to the Jackson 5 to Merle Haggard on that. You can show it to your grandkids someday — professional and all that. I have never been an open book, as far as my private life goes, because I never felt like there was any permanence in my personal life, in my dating life, to be talking about. I said, “The wedding ceremony is only going to happen one time in our lives, and please just try to be invisible if you can.” And they absolutely were. What was the biggest surprise you encountered while planning your wedding? The cameras went with us to scout the location of where we wanted to get married. It was like, “If we get a day anywhere close to this …” So for two weeks, I was praying on my knees, “Please let the weather clear up.” And it cleared up for one day — and it was our wedding day.Maybe one day she'll wake up and realize about the only truly loyal fans she has remaining are the dykes who still swoon over the young TC, who looked like she stepped right out of a cowgirl lesbian fantasy, and she'll stop trying to appease the Bible Belt fraus and herrs. She should be proud if she's hitting something as young and hot as Anita Cochran. She is an amazing instrumentalist (I've seen her play, she is outstanding) and was a music director for at least one major theatre project.Judging by her bio , she seems to be quite accomplished and a recognized industry professional.