Lee Ann Womack's nickname in "Lu."
Lee Ann Womack's favorite TV show is Andy Griffith.
Lee Ann Womack's favorite food is her mother's homemade biscuits.
Lee Ann Womack's favorite sport is tennis.
Lee Ann Womack's favorite color is blue.
Lee Ann Womack's favorite movie is Gone With The Wind.
Lee Ann Womack has had four top ten billboard singles.
In 1988, Lee Ann Womack was named "Miss Nashville" in a beauty contest.
Lee Ann Womack is 5 feet 1 inch tall.
Both of Lee Ann Womack's daughters appear in the video for smash hit "I Hope You Dance."
In 1996, Lee Ann Womack signed a record deal with Decca Records.
In 1995, Lee Ann Womack signed a songwriting contract with Tree Publishing.
Lee Ann Womack moved to Nashville in 1990.
Lee Ann Womack was once an intern at MCA Records in the A&R department.
Lee Ann Womack went to the South Plains Junior College in Levelland, Texas, where she studied music.
Lee Ann Womack's first trip to Nashville and Music Row was when she was a senior in high school. She went there instead of going on her senior trip.
Lee Ann Womack is one of very few publically known people to wear visible braces. She wore them in the late 1990's.
Lee Ann Womack's first number one hit single was "I Hope You Dance."
Lee Ann Womack's album "I Hope You Dance" which was released in 2000, has gone triple platinum.
Lee Ann Womack co-wrote the song "Twenty Years And Two Husbands Ago." It is a reflection of her life.
Lee Ann Womack learned how to sing by listening to Legends like George Jones and Dolly Parton.
Lee Ann Womack married Frank Liddell in November of 1999, they are still marrried.
Lee Ann Womack was married to Jason Sellers from 1991 to 1997.
ACM Top New Female Vocalist-1997
TNN/Music City News Star of Tomorrow-1998
American Music Award Favorite New Artist-1998
CMA Song of the Year-2000
CMA Single of the Year-2000
CMA Female Vocalist of the Year-2001
Flameworthy Video Collaboration of the Year-2002
CMA Vocal Event of the Year-2002
Grammy Best Country Collaboration w/ Vocals-2003
CMA Album of the year-2005 "There's More Where That Came From"
Lee Ann has released the following albums:
Lee Ann Womack in 1997, Some Things I Know in 1998, I Hope You Dance in 2000, Something Worth Leaving Behind in 2002, Season for Romance in 2002, Greatest Hits in 2004, There's More Where That Came From in 2005 and Finding My Way Back Home in 2006.