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Overview (2)

Born in Golden, Texas, USA
Birth NameKacey Lee Musgraves

Mini Bio (1)

Kacey Musgraves was born on August 21, 1988 in Golden, Texas, USA as Kacey Lee Musgraves. She is an actress and composer, known for Live by Night (2016), The Longest Ride (2015) and The Best of Me (2014). She has been married to Ruston Kelly since October 14, 2017.

Family (2)

Spouse Ruston Kelly (14 October 2017 - present)  (filed for divorce)
Relatives Kelly Christine Sutton (née Musgraves) (sibling)

Trade Mark (1)

Nose piercing

Trivia (4)

Country singer.
Ranked #70 on Maxim's "Hot 100" of 2014 list.
(October 14, 2017) Married her boyfriend of nearly 2 years Ruston Kelly in a romantic wedding ceremony following a 9-month-long engagement.
(July 5, 2020) Has filed for divorce from her husband of 2 years Ruston Kelly.

Personal Quotes (6)

[on the challenge in 2014 of composing country songs] I don't like it when people try to pretty up a situation. Yeah, it's kind of a tough economy and people may want to get their minds off that, but they also want to feel like they're being related to. Even it it's kind of bleak or depressing, maybe they take comfort inn the fact they're not alone.
I'm influenced by so many different kind of things, so naturally the music that comes out of me is skewered, I guess, for different kinds of people and not just straight down the middle. It's not in a box.
If you're ever gonna find a four-leaf clover, you gotta get a little dirt on your hands.
I think throwing the rebel card out there is really cheap. The things I'm singing about are not controversial to me, I don't push buttons to push buttons. I talk about things that have made an impression on me that a lot of people everywhere are going through.
I'm just kind of over the angry Southern ball-busting chick songs. Not that I don't have times where I'm angry or sassy. I do have moments of just kind of going for it, but I don't want that to be my thing, really. I just feel like as a whole, I would like to offer a different perspective. I'd rather be more of the hippie country chick -- as in, instead of pointing a finger, just maybe saying, 'We're all screw-ups. We're all in this kind of together. We're all just figuring this out.'
Don't tell me to stop smoking weed! You're not my grandma!

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