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NW Minnesota's Hewitt remains 'Nashville Star' contender

Ashlee Hewitt, Lancaster, Minn., is one of six acts still vying for the top prize on NBC TV's "Nashville Star." On Monday's night show, Hewitt performed "Take the Money and Run," a song made famous by the Steve Miller Band. According to RealityTV...

Ashlee Hewitt, Lancaster, Minn., is one of six acts still vying for the top prize on NBC TV's "Nashville Star."

On Monday's night show, Hewitt performed "Take the Money and Run," a song made famous by the Steve Miller Band.

According to RealityTVMagazine.com, the 'Star' judges were mixed on Hewitt's performance. "You're one of the only artists that feels like an artist to me," singer-songwriter Jewel said. "I didn't like this performance," said Jeffrey Steele, another judge. But singer-songwriter John Rich, Hewitt's show mentor, told her, "I think you just pulled it off wonderfully."

Still, Hewitt and rival contestants Pearl Heart, a sister act, faced elimination at show's end, with Pearl Heart being voted off the show.

Results of Monday's votes will be released on the July 14 show, scheduled to air at 8 p.m. Monday on KVLY-TV, Channel 11 over the air and on Grand Forks cable. Another act is scheduled to be eliminated at the top of that show, and then another at the end.

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An earlier Herald Web report incorrectly reported the number of acts remaining on "Nashville Star."

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