Three more country acts are scheduled to perform at SeaWorld. Who do you think will pull out next?

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Over the last month or so, SeaWorld has become the pariah of concert venues. Trisha Yearwood is the just the latest singer to have pulled out of a performance at the park after fans' protests related to SeaWorld's continued possession of orcas. 

Despite Trisha and Willie Nelson both backing out of the park's annual Bands, Brew and BBQ event, there are still more country artists signed up to perform in 2014 including Scotty McCreery, Justin Moore, and Martina McBride, although CNN is reporting that SeaWorld has pulled the event's official lineup off its website. 

"We expect that other artists will be targeted in this campaign," SeaWorld spokesman Nick Gollattscheck told CNN. 

After all the recent protests, who do you think will drop out next? 

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