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Opry goes pink for breast cancer awareness

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

For a forth year in a row, the Grand Ole Opry went pink to support breast cancer awareness month.

Country artist Kellie Pickler had the honor of flipping the switch at the "Opry Goes Pink", turning the historic stage pink for the night.

Pickler recently shaved her head in support of a friend battling cancer.

This is the second year 26-year-old has flipped the switch turning the stage pink.

Proceeds from Tuesday night's show benefits Woman Rock for the Cure, a non-profit organization that supports young women facing breast cancer.

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