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They look kind of like Ken and Barbie in real life, so now Mattel has decided to turn Faith Hill and Tim McGraw into true dolls this September. The pair of new Barbies — known as the Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Doll Gift Set — will sell for $69.99 at BarbieCollector.com. Tim and Faith themselves were rather involved in the design process, sending photos of every detail of the outfits the dolls are wearing. The designer says she received detailed photos of Tim’s complete suit, piece-by-piece; and Faith’s dress, make-up, and clear shots of her hair preference.
The answer to Dierks Bentley's question, "Am I the Only One? is yes! Dierks climbed to the top of both the Mediabase/Country Aircheck and Billboard country charts the first release from his upcoming sixth studio album. (((Audio))) “I wrote this song with some friends about some friends of mine that I couldn’t get to go out on the town on Friday night,” explains Dierks. “They were giving me some pretty weak excuses, so I had to make fun of ‘em in the lyrics of this song.” The track becomes Bentley’s eighth career No. one hit
Garth Brooks is dangling that carrot out in front of us again. In an interview with Parade Magazine, Garth confirmed that there will be new Garth music coming. But we have to wait three to four years. He stayed true to what he has said in the past when he said, “Not until all the babies are out (of the house). I'm going to raise them and then hit it with a vengeance. We've got another three or four years."
If You "Friend" Ronnie Dunn, Don't Be Surprised To Hear Back From Him. Ronnie is one country star who takes care of manageing his own page, he'll even chat with people who "friend" him. He says, quote, "I've been into (Facebook) from day one. I'm a freak about that stuff. I love where it's all headed. Ronnie says he enjoys the back and forth, “I'll go on a few minutes a night, sitting watching TV at the house or rolling on the bus late at night talking to people back and forth. I love it." So there, you need to be up late at night.
As the mound of wreckage at the Indiana State Fair sits undisturbed since dozens of concertgoers and workers were pulled from under collapsed stage rigging, a Northwest Indiana law firm fired the first volley of lawsuits. Two lawsuits seeking $60 million were filed against several companies involved in the Aug. 13 concert. The lawsuits are on behalf of two women who attended the show together. Only one left the Fairgrounds alive.
Whitney Duncan has joined the cast of the 23rd season of Survivor. Duncan will be joined by 15 new castaways and two returning players on the show. “Survivor: South Pacific” will premiere at 8pm EST September 14 on CBS. “My family thinks I’m absolutely nuts,” Duncan, 26, writes on her MSN bio. “I just love adventure. I am the one to do crazy things in my family.”Duncan placed fifth on the fifth season of “Nashville Star” in 2007.
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