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Miranda Lambert’s hotly awaited fourth album, Four the Record, is in stores today (Tuesday, 11-1-11!) On the album, Miranda says she has created her best music to date. Miranda says her music is definitely country, but her style of country can be tough to describe, "I think I twist it all together. There’s not…because you can’t ever pin down what my music is. Nobody ever can. And, you know, it’s definitely country, I know that, but it’s got a rockin’ edge, it’s got a soft side, it’s got, you know, a vintage feel sometimes, and it’s a mixture of everything I’ve ever loved that stuck out in my mind."
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will be out in February with their latest fragrance. Already proven fragrance makers on their own, country's long-reigning "it" couple have teamed up for Soul2Soul, a pair of scents -- one for men, the other for women. Anyone with $18 will be able to smell like them.
It looks like 'American Idol' Season 10 runner-up Lauren Alaina has followed in the footsteps of some other fellow former Idol's, like Weight Watchers spokeswoman Jennifer Hudson and super svelte mentor Carrie Underwood. Lauren has dropped a whopping 25 pounds off her frame in just five months! "Changing my diet was the big thing," the 5-foot-7 Georgia native tells Us Weekly. "I had to learn correct portion control." Lauren has divulged her diet secrets, admitting that she initially used the meal delivery service Sunfare to transition into a high-protein, low-carbohydrate diet.
Trace Adkins, his wife Rhonda, and three of their girls were honored with the T.J. Martell Family Achievement Award at a special ceremony on Saturday in Nashville. The family was honored for their heroism and resilience in the face of adversity after their home burned to the ground in June, and all of the members in the house got out unharmed. "I've done a lot with T.J. Martell over the years and I'm honored they are giving us this award," Trace tells Nashville's Tennessean newspaper. The family, who are currently residing at their farm outside Nashville, watched as the charred remains of their former home were demolished last week.
Toby Keith's song "Red Solo Cup" will appear in the November 15th episode of Glee. Ryan Murphy, the creator of the hit series, let it slip that 'Glee' writers will give 'Red Solo Cup' the "shiny-happy show-choir treatment," according to Rolling Stone. How the song about drinking alcohol from a red solo cup will figure into the show's plot is still under wraps. You can hear 'Red Solo Cup' on Toby's new studio album, 'Clancy's Tavern,' out now. The collection has already spawned the No. 1 hit, 'Made in America,' giving Toby his 20th Billboard chart-topper.
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