Saskatoon business sweetens the CCMAs
A Saskatoon business is serving up mouth-watering treats for the country music stars of the Canadian Country Music Awards on Sunday.
The Cupcake Conspiracy will have 16 different kinds of cupcakes backstage for the performers and presenters.
The owner, Christin Butcher, said she's hoping a certain celebrity has a sweet tooth.
"We're just really excited to be there, so anyone who stops by would be fantastic. But we're really hoping for Taylor Swift to get a taste of our cupcakes," she said.
When asked whether the skinny 22-year-old country star eats sweets, Butcher responds with a laugh.
"I've heard that she does. So, we're going to keep an eye out for her."
There's a long list of other celebrities who might bite into the cupcakes, including Gord Bamford, Jason Blaine, Paul Brandt, Dean Brody, Chad Brownlee, George Canyon, Terri Clark, Kira Isabella, Deric Ruttan, Johnny Reid, Dallas Smith, The Stellas, High Valley, Doc Walker, Emerson Drive, Jason Aldean, Pistol Annies, Eric Church and Miranda Lambert.
The CCMAs' swag bag has tons of goodies including designer luggage from Heys Luggage, a bottle of "Whistler Water", jewelry from Baubles Bags and Bows and spa package from Saskatoon's own Beverly Ashdown Spa.
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