Bobby Brown Goes Country Again, Jermaine Jackson Joins Singer on CMT

R&B singers Bobby Brown and Jermaine Jackson have been tapped for two Country Music Television (CMT) reality series slated to premiere in August. The two R&B veterans will appear in the network series “Gone Country” and it’s spin off “Outsider’s Inn.” Brown, who starred in the first season of the network’s hit show “Gone Country,” which also featured R&B singer Sisqo will try his hand at running a bed and breakfast in rural Tennessee with the help of Maureen McCormick and Carnie Wilson. Noted as “Newhart” meeting “The Simple Life,” the show titled “Outsider’s Inn” is slated to premiere on August 15th at 9:00pm ET featuring Bobby Brown as an Entertainment Director at the Inn. Jermaine Jackson known for his part in the legendary group The Jackson 5 will join American Idol alum Mikalah Gordon and former N’Sync member Chris Kilpatrick on CMT in August as well. The Jackson 5 member will vie for his chance at country success on “Gone Country: Season 2.”Also featuring Sebastian Bach (Skid Row), Irene Cara (“Fame”) and Sean Young (“Ace Ventura: Pet Detective”) the show indoctrinates each of the seven celebrities in the ins and outs of the country music business for a chance to break into the country music genre. Each celebrity will again be paired with two of Nashville’s finest songwriters with whom they write a country single. In addition to meeting with songwriters, the cast will compete in challenges that test them musically and physically to adapt to a life in country music, both on and off the stage. At the end of the two weeks, the artist that is most prepared to impress a country audience, as determined by Rich, will record and release their single to country radio. “Outsider’s Inn” and “Gone Country: Season 2″ premiere on CMT Friday, August 15th.


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