It's been 14 years since 9/11 -- the day the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center fell, the Pentagon was partially destroyed and a field near Shanksville, Pa., became a giant hole in the ground in the tragic, coordinated terrorist attacks carried out by al-Qaeda.
When country singer Chely Wright has something to say, she'll say it. She's not been shy about voicing her opinions on numerous issues -- especially gay marriage and LGBTQ rights since coming out in 2010 -- and recently shared her opinion of the term "political correctness" in a Facebook post.
William Congreve, the same man who penned the immortal line now often paraphrased as "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned" also wrote, "Music hath charms to soothe a savage breast." Written more than 300 years ago, those two lines nonetheless capture the spirit of some of country music's best cat fights.
According to her fans, it’s high time for the Grand Ole Opry to invite Chely Wright to their stage again. The former Opry darling hasn’t performed there since she came out publicly as a lesbian in 2010.