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JoeDonRooney of Rascal Flatts one of the coolest dads ever for dressing up like this? “Big Buzz & Lil Buzz!”
Sugarland did an emotional concert to a packed house in Indianapolis Friday night. Jennifer Nettles told the crowd they had visited the site of the deadly stage collapse at the Indiana State Fairgrounds earlier on Friday, the first time they had been to the site since the incident in August. It was emotional for the duo, who was followed by ABC cameras for a special that will air next week ahead of the CMA Awards on ABC. Friday's show was a tribute to the seven people who were killed when the scaffolding collapsed just prior to the August state fair show. Jennifer admitted she was changed by that night, but went on to say that would "celebrate healing, life and music" with Friday's free concert.
When you are as famous as Taylor Swift, there is always someone who will want to take advantage of that fame to make money some how. Taylor is contemplating suing a website over posting a nude photo of a Taylor look a like and falsely identifying sweet Taylor as the subject. Tayloir’s lawyers demanded the photo of a topless woman who bared “some” resemblance” to Taylor be removed immediately. It apparently was taken down. But that may not stop Taylor's lawyers from going after the website, "Celebrity Jihad", for money to force them to clean up their act in the future.
This is Miranda Lambert's week. On Tuesday (11-1-11), she’ll release Four the Record — her fourth record. Miranda tells us she wasn't always so confident about her ability to sing (((Audio))) Miranda is on the cover of Billboard Magazine and plans to do a live Q & A on Billboard.com at 3pm Tuesday. She will dish on “Four the Record” and Pistol Annies’ “Hell on Heels” debut, as well as answer YOUR Twitter questions live. Use the Twitter hashtag #bbmiranda when you tweet your questions to @Billboard. You can also listen to another song from the album, “Dear Diamond”, on Billboard.com here.
Lady Antebellum, Justin Moore and the movie starring Carrie Underwood were among the winners during the 17th Annual Inspirational Country Music Association’s Faith, Family & Country Awards over the weekend. Lady Antebellum’s Hello World, won in the Video category. Justin Moore won his first music award ever with Mainstream Inspirational Country Song of the year for “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away.” “This song is a gift from God,” he noted. Film honors went to Soul Surfer -- the dramatic true story of young surfer Bethany Hamilton’s deep encounter with God after losing her arm in a shark attack. The movie featured Carrie Underwood as a church youth leader.
Carrie Underwood has been named the Hottest Blonde for 2011 in the first ever ranking of the 100 hottest celebrity blondes by NYBlondes.com. The Hot 100 Blondes of 2011 list includes some of the best known women in the world and made up of actresses, singers, athletes, TV hosts, models, socialites and reality TV stars. A complete list with photos and individual info can be found at http://nyblondes.com/hot100. Carrie tops the list with Charlize Theron taking a respectable second place.
Trace Adkins' is finally getting his wish. The wrecking ball is ready to demolish his burned-down house in Nashville. The house burned to the ground last summer but Trace said his insurance company would not approve the demolition until the inspectors and fire officials did their job of investigating the cause of the blaze. Trace had grown very impatient. He was embarrassed by the house, "It looks sad. It's the eyesore of the neighborhood. We all want to get it gone."
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