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The win tied Chesney with Garth Brooks for the most wins of the CMA's top award. His newest album, Chesney married actress Renee Zellweger in May of 2005. Since then, he has been romantically linked to former Miss Tennessee Amy Colley and a nurse, whose identity he has kept anonymous.
Kenny Chesney wants to clear something up once and for all: When Renée Zellweger called him a "fraud" in her annulment filing, it wasn't code for "gay."Two years after his four-month marriage to the Oscar winner was officially wiped off the books, Chesney is speaking out for the first time about the rumors that began when Zellweger used the F-word in her court documents.
In an interview with correspondent Anderson Cooper, scheduled to air Sunday, the country singer denied he was gay and explained that he and Zellweger jointly decided on the "fraud" option, believing it was the "least harmful" stated reason.
(Other grounds for annulment include bigamy, insanity and force.) Instead, the wording led to rampant speculation that Chesney deceived Zellweger about his sexual preferences before their marriage and that she only discovered his ruse after their May 2005 wedding in the Virgin Islands."It's not true. Maybe I should have come out and said, ' No, I'm not [gay],' but I didn't want to draw any more attention to it," Chesney told Cooper.
(2006), which topped the country album charts and made an impressive showing on the pop album charts as well.
He also was honored at the Academy of Country Music Awards as Entertainer of the Year for two straight years—20.(2007), which featured a slew of hits.
Country singer Kenny Chesney was born on March 26, 1968, in Knoxville, Tennessee.
While attending East Tennessee State, Chesney hooked up with a college band and started writing his own songs and playing at local bars.
Both recordings were smash hits, reaching the top of the country charts with such singles as "Who You'd Be Today" and "Guitars and Tiki Bars." While he was experiencing success in his career, his personal life went through a series of ups and downs around this time.