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LeAnn Rimes Flips the Switch as Opry Goes Pink to Fight Breast Cancer

Updated: Tuesday, October 22 2013, 11:08 PM CDT
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - One show night each year, the Grand Ole Opry changes its signature barn backdrop. Right now, the Opry is all pink. It's something they do once a year to raise money and support for the fight against breast cancer. This year country star LeAnn Rimes flipped the switch, turning everything several shades of pink. She then performed her new song "Spit Fire". Rimes wasn't the only A-list woman on stage tonight. Grand Ole Opry members Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis also sang their new single "I Am Woman", which was written as an anthem of feminine strength. Also on stage were 2 well-known Christian singers, Natalie Grant and American Idol's Mandisa, making their Opry debut.

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