Get to know the singer a bit better in this revealing interview

By Eileen Finan
March 10, 2015 03:30 PM
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If you’re a true fan of Kacey Musgraves, you already know that the singer took home a Song of the Year CMA at last year’s awards for her hit “Follow Your Arrow.” You also know all about her super-cute pup Pearl, and you might even know that she’s got an eerily prescient birthmark on her thigh.

But if you really want the scoop on the Texas-born singer, see how you do on the classic get-to-know-you game Two Truths and a Lie.

Two of the below statements are true, one isn’t. Can you guess the lie?

A) I used to take belly-dancing classes.

B) I believe in UFOs.

C) I have an affection for spiders.

A.) I used to take belly dancing classes – TRUE!
“I took classes in Tyler, Texas, which is a small Texas town near where I grew up. I wasn’t bad – I could have kept going. I do really love that culture and that music – and that food!”

B.) I believe in UFOs – TRUE!
“I’ve seen UFOs. One was in Mexico and I was with several other people. I was on the beach after my friend’s wedding, after midnight, and it was the craziest movement of light in the sky. All of us watched it for like 20 minutes. It changed shape, it flew across the sky. It did wacky s— that nothing normal would do. I was completely sober, swear to God!

“Four days later, I was in Nashville on the porch at night and out of the corner of my eye, looked over in the sky and hovering over the neighborhood were two giant balls of fire, just floating along. At first I thought it was a helicopter, but it was being controlled! It was crazy. I am definitely a believer. I don’t think we are alone.”

C.) I have an affection for spiders – FALSE!
“A few months ago, I was in my bathroom and I turned around to wipe my face on a towel and there was a massive one on the towel and I freaked out and started crying. I finally killed it – it was the hardest thing I’ve ever done!

“Then I thought I was good and went to bed, but I woke up a couple hours later with this weird feeling. I turned the light on and saw myself in the mirror and there was a massive spider on my shoulder. I started crying, ripped my shirt off and drove myself to the nearest Holiday Inn and stayed there!”

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