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Tuesday, 30 July 2013

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Wynonna said that the pills she purchased through the mail did not work. (Photo courtesy of Paris Hilton).

NASHVILLE - Wynonna Judd was in the recording studio working on a new album that she says will be released in November.

She remarked that she has always liked the music of Little Jimmy Dickens and so she decided to do an album with 10 of his songs.

When asked if the album has a title yet, Judd replied that the tentative title is Big Wynonna Judd Sings The Songs of Little Jimmy Dickens.

She said that Little Jimmy even wrote a special song for the album which he named "I'm As Sad As A Woodpecker With A Limp Beak."

Wynonna laughed as she said that her and her mom Naomi decided to change the word beak from pecker for the obvious reason.

The 49-year-old half of the famous duet The Judds was asked how she was doing diet-wise.

She giggled and said that she wasn't doing and she don't plan on doing either.

The red-headed crooner did say that she had ordered some so called skinny pills through the mail. She took them 8 times a day like the instructions said and after 30 days she had actually gained three pounds.

Wynonna called up the company and told them that their skinny pill did not work and she said she wanted her $219 back since the ad said a person was guaranteed to lose at least 30 pounds in 30 days.

She was told to read the fine print below that line which states: You will lose 30 pounds in 30 days if to begin with you weighed 750 pounds.

In Other News. Elisabeth Hasselbeck says she is glad to finally be gone from The View. She revealed that Joy Behar had told her that if she did not leave the show by Halloween she was going to produce some intimate photos of her and Ann "Giddy Up" Coulter that would literally shock her GOP friends beyond belief.

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