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Country music star Scotty McCreery sits down with WSLS

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Many people know Scotty McCreery from winning American Idol and being the face of the fast food chain Bojangles.

We posted on our face book if you could ask the country star anything what would it be?

One viewer asked if he still gets a chance to hang out with his friends from his hometown now that his career has taken off.

"I do. I actually live with my buddies from my hometown. We're in college now," country music star Scotty McCreery says.

McCreery's crew was setting up when we stopped by the Salem Civic Center.

Our Facebook fans also asked what's it's like being in all those Bojangle commercials.

"It was a natural fit. I grew up loving Bojangles," McCreery says.

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