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Shelton slates Twitterview Thursday

Wednesday, October 20, 2010 – When the Grand Ole Opry invited Blake Shelton to become an Opry member last month, it sent the singer-known for his use of Twitter-a tweet including the official invitation. The Opry and Shelton are returning to Twitter in advance of Shelton's Saturday night Opry induction to give fans the chance to talk with the would-be Opry member. The Shelton Twitterview is scheduled for Thursday at 11 a.m. central at Twitter.com/opry.

Fans can submit questions for Shelton to @opry via Twitter.com prior to the Twitterview.

Shelton's Opry week also includes the artist's takeover of the Opry's YouTube channel (youtube.com/oprylive) featuring Opry performances, videos and clips highlighting his unique humor. Next week will feature video highlights of Shelton's induction experience.


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