If one's immediate reaction to a TV adaptation of a novel by Britney and Lynne Spears is
dismissive, one would overlook the corny appeal of a well-acted tearjerker about a pop singer
with operatic aspirations. While dispensing drive-through service at a Texas Dairy Princess eatery, teenaged Holly Lovell (Lindsey Haun) daren't think about attending Philadelphia's prestigious Haverty Conservatory of Music. Besides, this small-town gal couldn't bear to be separated from her studly boyfriend, Tyler (Aaron Ashman), and her devoted mother, Wanda (Virginia Madsen). But when Wanda submits a video of Holly warbling "The Yellow Rose of Texas," Haverty's snobbish admissio...