Kacey Musgraves Plastic Surgery – Before and After. Body Measurements, Nose Job, Lips, and More!
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Biography - A Short Wiki
Kacey was born on August 21, 1988 in Golden, Texas. At the age of eighteen, Musgraves decided to pursue her passion for the country music as a career. In 2013, she released her debut studio album titled Same Trailer Different Park. In the relatively conservative genre of country music, Kacey is know as a little bit of a rebel. She is dating Ruston Kelly. She and her boyfriend got engaged in 2016 so the wedding is probably just behind the corner.
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|Height||1.65 m, 5’5” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||56 kg, 124 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size B|
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Quotes by Kacey Musgraves
Look at Loretta Lynn. Look at Jeannie C. Rily singing ‘Harper Valley PTA’ and Tammy Wynette singing about divorce. They were ahead of their times in a lot of ways.
I see my fans as music lovers. I really love that. There’s no age group or demographic. It’s people of all ages and backgrounds. Country people and non-country people. I wanted to make music across the board.
When I was nine, I was singing western swing: Roy Rogers and Patsy Cline. It got me noticed because no one my age was doing it, but it made me feel inferior because none of my friends could relate to it.
I’m all about small towns. I think it’s a great place to grow up.
I think if you’re everyone’s cup of tea, that probably means you’re a little bit boring, or you’re not pushing yourself. Creativity happens where it’s dangerous and scary: where you’re not comfortable.