Trace Adkins in Rehab After Cruise Ship Scuffle With Impersonator

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Trace Adkins is reportedly headed back to rehab — after more than a decade of sobriety.

Trace Adkins’ has sold about 10 million albums in the past two decades. (Credit: AP)

The “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” singer and Grammy nominee, who was headlining a seven-day country music cruise heading out of Miami, on Monday night found himself intoxicated in an onboard bar scrapping physically with a Trace Adkins impersonator who’d been singing karaoke, TMZ first reported Wednesday.

When the ship arrived at its first destination, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, Adkins got off and headed to a rehab facility, a spokesperson confirmed to People. The ship was also scheduled to stop in George Town, Grand Cayman, and in Cozumel, Mexico.

Montgomery Gentry, Wynonna & the Big Noise and Love and Theft were only a few of the dozens of  other entertainers performing on the cruise.

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