Jenn was the first and most likely only contestant to have a real doll named after her and Brad Cotter was responsible for this, when on the Nashville Tour, he was given a 3ft doll and promptly kissed it and renamed it Jenn. Jennifer has released her CD "Lost in the Magic" and is, still doing what she does best, performing on the Nashville Music scene and taking care of her son. She has been seen performing everywhere from The Exit/In to The Sutler and is always in demand. She is also looking at some future opportunities with an indie label.
Since Nashville Star, Brent has moved to Nashville and has been scene performing at several charity fundraisers and songwriter's nights. His good looks and charm have earned him a place in one of Nashville's modeling agencies.
Matt Lindahl, A Nashville Star (?), maybe not but just the mention of his name makes you smile. Matt will go down in history and always be known as the first artist in the history of country music to smash a washboard (into oblivion) on stage. Since Nashville Star, Matt has moved permanently to Nashville and performs around town in various songwriter's nights and charity benefits. There is obviously a place in Nashville and country music for Matt, but no one seems to know where. Ahem…will someone please call Pete Fisher and get Matt in the spotlight of the Grand Ole Opry?
After being eliminated off of Nashville Star, Sheila went back home to Texas, where her single "Baby Goodbye". received a good amount of radio airplay. She has also performed for NFL Texans at the Stadium in Houston and in true Texan Style; she went to Korea during Thanksgiving to perform for some of our troops. Currently, you can find Sheila performing on the Texas Circuit, she is also scheduled to perform in March at the Houston Rodeo and her new country album is being released next month.