Cmt dating show sweet home alabama

By CHRISTINE BOATWRIGHT / Staff Writer One of Helena’s own is trying to win the heart of a southern gal on CMT’s “Sweet Home Alabama.” Austin Squires, 26, moved to Helena with his parents, Bruce and Tammy Squires, in 1990.

After graduating from Pelham High School in 2003, Squires became a firefighter with the Calera Fire Department.

I came into the house wanting to clear the air." "I figured it would be a great experience ...

but if you think it’s hard to win over one guy’s heart, let me tell you, it’s a whole lot harder to win over 22 girls!

Bruce Squires, Austin Squires’ father, said his son being chosen to compete is “kind of humorous.” When asked if Austin has a chance at winning Duke’s hand over the competitors from the city, Bruce Squires simply said, “He’s from Alabama.” “From what we can tell from the ads, she seems like a nice person,” Bruce Squires said of Duke. “All the guys that are country, they’re all great guys.

Right, choosing between girls from all across the country who are heading to Alabama to help mend his broken heart.

In 2012, she was crowned Miss Motorsports Hall of Fame, and with this title she was able to serve the community of Talladega and volunteer with children across the state.

In her spare time, Kelsey enjoys watching SEC football and spending time with her family, including her three sisters.

On Friday November 15th, Country Music Television or CMT is bringing us the fourth season of Sweet Home Alabama.

This dating series is shot in southeast Alabama in mostly Mobile and Baldwin counties.

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