Country star Terri Clark has branded her decision to split from second husband GREG KACZOR as "very sad".
The pair, who married in September 2005 after ten years together, announced their intention to end their marriage last Friday (16FEB07) when Clark filed for divorce.
But the singer insists the split is amicable.
She says, "This is very sad. Greg is one of my dearest friends and a wonderful person, and we are sorry that we're here."
"This is an amicable spilt, and we appreciate everyone's concern and respect for our sorting this out. No big drama ... just a couple heavy hearts. Anyone who's ever been here, I am sure, understands."
Kaczor will no longer work in the role of Clark's tour manager.
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