Sara is engaged to Jay Barker, former University of Alabama quarterback. They have not yet set a date for the wedding.
Sara just released a book titled "You'll Always Be My Baby" after her hit song, the book is about love and family.
Sara performed "A Real Fine Place To Start" at the CMAs.
Sara is expected to return for the season finale of Dancing with the Stars which will air on Nov, 16 2006.
Sara is the oldest girl out of seven children.
Nominated for the 2006 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year award, which marks the fifth time Sara has been nominated for the award.
Won the Academy of Country Music's "Female Vocalist of the Year" in 2006
Sara Evans dropped out of the third season of Dancing With The Stars for "personal reasons" on October 12, 2006. She made it all the way to the final six before leaving.
A Real Fine Place markes Sara's fifth studio album
Sara's video for her new single "You'll Always Be My Baby" will premier on CMT's Top 20 Countdown on September 14.
Sara will be appearing on season three of Dancing With the Stars.
Sara will guest star on this weeks episode of Foxworthy's Big Night Out.
Won ACM Female Vocalist of the Year
Sara was named one of People magazine's 50 most beautiful people.
Sara released a CD for Halmark Gold Crown, called Always There featuring an acoustic version of Born To Fly and a live version of Suds In The Bucket and was $7.95 with the purchase of three hallmark cards.
R&R announced Sara as Female Vocalist of the Year in its 2006 Readers' Poll.
Sara was nominated for two CMA awards: "Female Vocalist of the Year" and "Musical Event of the Year"
Sara's favorite color is pale yellow.
Sara's biggest musical influences are: Dwight Yoakam, Alison Krauss, Sheryl Crow, Patty Loveless, Tammy Wynette, Pasty Cline, and Loretta Lynn.
Sara's middle name is Lynn.
Her favorite show is Law & Order.
Her hobbies include: reading, watching old movies and biographies of famous people, and listening to bluegrass music.
Sara's favorite food is: chicken pot pie or anything her mom makes.
Sara is 5'8 tall.
Sara's favorite movies include: Gone With the Wind, Steel Magnolias, Braveheart, Fried Green Tomatoes, A Time to Kill, and Hope Floats.
Sara's favorite song is "Amazing Grace".
Sara has been married to Craig Schelske since September 25, 1993, and filed for divorce from him in October of 2006.
Sara had some dramatic changes in her life during the period between Born to Fly and Restless. She had just had her son Avery (born 8/21/99) when she made the former album and was pregnant with daughter Olivia (born 1/22/03) when she recorded the latter.
Sara Evans was the most played female singer on country radio in 2004.
The song "A Real Fine Place To Start" is Sara's fastest rising hit in her career.
Sara say's that the album Real Fine Place is full of emotions, becuase she wrote most of the songs with her husband in mind
Sara Ranked # 3 on CMT's 20 most sexiest women of Country.
Sara: I always take my kids on the road with me. So we are never far apart.
And I only make decisions in my career that work around my kids. I don't make my kids work around my career decisions, It doesn't always work out exactly the way I want, but if I make that my rule, and really try to stick with it, I feel like I'm doing the best job I can as a mom who's also an entertainer.
Sara: I eat vegetables, salads and salmon. I try to stay away from sugar. When I am eating healthy and drinking lots of water, I always feel better.
Sara: (About her favorite meal) Hands down, my favorite meal is my mother's fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, rolls and basically anything that she cooks.
Sara:(about Jerry Springer) Jerry loves country music, he is a huge fan and even cut a country record so I invited him to sing at my show in Merrillville where he'll do a couple of classic songs. I cannot wait
Sara: I think anyone smiling and happy is beautiful.
Sara: Have a relationship with Jesus and make it your top priority. I've also learned that it doesn't pay to stress and worry, just go where God leads you.
Sara Evans: about her Real Fine Place album: This album really takes me back to my roots, when I listen to it, it makes me happier than anything I've done in a long time.