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More than three years after the comment in London turned their world around, the Dixie Chicks treat that moment as a rebirth. "Maybe we were resting on our laurels a little," Emily says. "We were having a lot of success and there wasn't that want and that need and desire to reach those pinnacles again. Now I feel like we're earning fans back one at a time and that feels really good."

"And you know that they're there for the right reasons," Natalie adds.

The Dixie Chicks reveal that they have a secret pact in their group. "If any of us are ever unhappy, we are free to move on with our lives and be happy and at peace," Martie says. "We don't owe it to each other to keep this going."

"So it would just be two chicks or one chick," Oprah says. "Or you'll be chick-less."

"We have seven chicks amongst the three of us, so we'll be moms," Natalie says.
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FROM: Madonna and the Dixie Chicks Speak Out
Published on October 25, 2006

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