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In the Nashville Stew report today: Leann Rimes biting back at people critical of her relationship with Eddie Cibrian; Miranda Lambert talks about how NOT to cook catfish; Brad Paisley duets with odd partner. Read about it here
LeAnn Rimes thinks there is a double standard when it comes to how people feel about extramarital affairs. She has taken a lot of heat for her relationship with fiancé Eddie Cibrian while they were both still married. And doesn't feel it's entirely fair, considering that there are certainly plenty of men in the music business who've had affairs. "I mean, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and all of those guys, God knows that they did it back in the day," LeAnn tells GAC. "If a woman did it, you were never accepted or forgiven, but if it was a guy, they could write a song about it, it'd be huge, and they'd move on." She opens up in-depth about the flack she's taken on a special 90-minute episode of GAC's 'Backstory' that premieres this Sunday (April 24) and includes interviews with her mother.
Miranda Lambert has a trainer helping her stay fit while she is on tour and trying to fit into her wedding dress. “We do a lot of circuit training, lunges, and crunches,” Lambert tells Health magazine. “And every morning we walk for 30 minutes.” While on tour, Miranda has a routine to stay healthy and keep her energy on stage. “I eat a lot of protein and eat pretty clean,” she says. “Junk food drags you down." Miranda admits that she and her soon to be husband Blake Shelton are “both pretty good” at cooking. “We have a lot of catfish, and everybody knows the best way to eat catfish is fried,” she says. “I tried to be healthy and bake it once, which was horrible. We ordered a pizza!” Watch the video below to go behind the scenes of her cover shoot. The May 2011 issue of Health hits newsstands April 22.
Actor-musician William Shatner has invited Brad Paisley to be a part of his next album and Brad has agreed. Brad joins a long list of famous musicians who will appear on Shatner's upcoming CD, 'Searching for Major Tom,' an eclectic collection of cover tunes with a space theme. Brad and William will duet on a cover of the Steve Miller classic, 'Space Cowboy.'
Tim McGraw has a great album he wants you to hear, but his label Curb Records is sitting on it and won't release it. Tim says he finished the "Emotional Traffic" album late last fall. Tim has been in a fight with Curb Records for years and the singer says they are holding off releasing the album as long as they can. He apologized two years ago to fans after Curb released a greatest-hits album instead of new music.
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