Kristin Chenoweth is enjoying a resurgence of popularity with her starring turn on "GCB." But she's also found quite a following in the world of country music, which has always been a passion of hers. She's had such a busy career, though, that despite releasing four albums over ten years, she's yet to do a national tour. Until now, as she talked about on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (Weeknights, 12 a.m. ET on ABC).
Chenoweth is hitting the road with her band in support of her latest album, "Some Lessons Learned." And despite being a big star, she told Jimmy Kimmel she will not be traveling by plane or even on a private bus just for herself. "I'll be on the bus with my band, my guys," she said. "Yeah, boys! You know that bus is going to stink. It's gonna smell like farts and whiskey, I just know it."
None of it will be new for Chenoweth, who admitted to being tormented by an older brother in her childhood. She even made sure to drop his name on the air, as well as the city he lives in, in case any of her fans wanted to give him a hard time.
She wasn't telling Kimmel anything he didn't already know as a guy when she explained how her brother used to put her in the Dutch oven. Kimmel was a host on "The Man Show," after all.
Kristin Chenoweth can be seen Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on ABC, while "Jimmy Kimmel Live" holds down the 12 a.m. ET slot on ABC every weeknight.
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