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Sara Evans says yes to videos

Monday, August 22, 2011 – Sara Evans premiered her new music video, My Heart Can't Tell You No, today in three separate versions on CMT, iTunes and VEVO. Each outlet will premiere an alternate ending to the video, helmed by award-winning director Peter Zavadil.

"I am so excited about releasing this video," said Evans. "It's a different kind of video than anything I've ever done before. We had so many wardrobe changes, and the plot is so full of drama. I can't wait for my fans to see it."

Evans and Zavadil have also collaborated on other videos, including her CMA Award-winning Born to Fly and videos for such chart-topping singles as Suds in the Bucket and A Real Fine Place to Start.

My Heart Can't Tell You No is the follow-up single to Evans' fifth number one single, A Little Bit Stronger, from her album "Stronger." Evans is on the "Flatts Fest" tour running through Sept. 18.

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