south” twist, where city slickers and country guys vie for the affection of one southern belle, Devin Grissom.
“What I noticed about the city guys right away was once they came in, they had kind of a confidence, this air about themselves that I wasn’t really used to up to that point,” Grissom, 20, told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column. I guess you could say they had a certain swagger about them, that’s mysterious and interesting to me.
MOBILE, Alabama – It’s official: The romantic reality show “Sweet Home Alabama” is back for a fourth season, and CMT plans to air it in November.
“With this launch, we’re giving fans more opportunities to access their favorite shows and characters, while at the same time providing new ways to work with our cable and ad partners,” said CMT’s vice president of connected content, Martin Clayton, in a statement.Available on the CMT video app early, it’s set to premiere on the cable network on Friday, Nov. Also read: MTV Launches Shazam-Like Mobile App Paired With Artists.This is just the latest in Viacom’s push into second screen experiences.OK, I’ll go ahead and say it.” And while she calls that period “probably the worst week of my life,” Duke has another important personal reason for being open about what happened.“Parents started writing to me and saying, ‘Thank you for sharing your story, I shared this with my daughter,’ or girls would say, ‘Thank you, I almost did something like this and because of your story, I’m not going to do it.’ So that just helped me get through it,” she says.“Basically, when you tackle something head-on, that’s just the best way to deal with things.” PHOTOS: CMT Awards Red Carpet Going on the show was a big move for her in healing from that betrayal.Duke says that she lost a lot of her ability to trust men and the show gave her the chance to change that. In fact, she's never performed an audition, been in a play or even appeared on TV. In fact, she's never performed an audition, been in a play or even appeared on TV.So how did the 20-year-old University of Alabama student become the star of CMT's new reality show "Sweet Home Alabama"? So how did the 20-year-old University of Alabama student become the star of CMT's new reality show "Sweet Home Alabama"?Right But instead of acting as if it never happened on the reality dating show, the 25-year-old addressed it on the season premiere last week.“I just wanted to get it out there right away,” Duke tells .Deep South Speedway has announced that the show's production crew will be present this Saturday.In September 2011, belle Devin Grissom picked Adam Moyer from a crop of 20 beaux.Those are divided between people with more rural, mostly Southern backgrounds and competitors with more cosmopolitan origins from elsewhere in the country.