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Miranda Lambert makes her acting debut this week on an episode of one of her favorite shows, 'Law & Order: SVU." She will play a young actress who accuses the producer of a reality tv show of sexual assault. She hopes her fans can see past her on-stage persona, "It's a very intense situation," she said. "I just want to be believable," she added, "I want to take it really seriously and step out of Miranda Lambert and step into my character, because it's not a fun role. It's something people need to be aware of." Miranda's episode airs on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 9 PM on NBC.
Watch a clip from the show below
Miranda received some more sad news Thursday, as she was heading to Florida to the funeral of a childhood friend killed in a tragic accident. Her parents called to tell her that her beloved dog, Dixie, had died. Dixie was one of animal lover Miranda's first dogs. Miranda was about 8 years old when she adopted Dixie. Dixie served as a "bridesmaid" in her wedding to Blake Shelton, walking down the aisle at the star-studded ceremony. Miranda Tweeted that she was thankful for good friends to "laugh and cry" with these past two weeks. Not only is she mourning the loss of her friend and dog, but her father-in-law, Dick Shelton, also passed away.
KFDI is joining with Ram Trucks for the Road To Ram Jam Sweepstakes, a chance for listeners to win a trip to a star studded Ram Jam concert in Nashville later this year. The winner will join five Country music performers at the invitation-only RAM TRUCK show in Nashville on Saturday December 29th. The five performers will be revealed over the next few months, one at a time. Kellie Pickler is the first. Kellie said, I'm excited to be part of RAM TRUCK's ROAD TO THE RAM JAM. We're going to have a lot of fun on that 'ROAD' -- me and my Laramie. I'm also excited that we will be auctioning off my RAM truck at the end of the year to benefit our veterans in need.”
Brad Paisley took time out of his show in Las Vegas last week to help a concertgoer ask his girlfriend to marry him. While he was singing his 2006 hit, 'She's Everything' Brad stopped and handed the microphone to the young man, who immediately knelt down and proposed. Thankfully, his girlfriend said "yes" and Brad managed to capture the entire video on the future groom's iPhone. Watch the video below:
Kenny Chesney has been named "The Fittest Man In Country Music" by Men's Health magazine. Kenny tells about his efforts to keep a routine workout schedule, despite the demands of life on the road, "You'd be amazed at what you can do in a short amount of time to get a burn in, to feel healthier, to feel like you're not staying the same." Kenny's says it's important for him to stay fit to perform the way he does on stage, "I have to train to do my show the way I want to do it," Kenny confesses. "I'm not one of these guys that just stands there behind the microphone. I work really hard to give the fans the best possible concert."
Justin Moore might be touring with Voice judge Blake Shelton, but that isn't influencing his dislike of reality tv talent shows. Justin is pretty vocal about his distaste for the hit TV show, American Idol. "I despise 'American Idol'," Justin says. "It has nothing to do with anybody that's on the show, or was. I just can't stand the show in general. I just despise reality TV," he continues. "It doesn't matter what it is. 'American Idol,' 'The Bachelor,' or any of it. I just don't like any of them." Justin reveals that he pretty much only watches ESPN and hunting and fishing shows, with one surprising exception. "I actually do watch the 'Celebrity Apprentice,'" he concedes. "That's the only other show I watch besides sports.
Billy Ray Cyrus wants to set the record straight about his life, his daughter Miley's fame and what kind of man he reall is. So, he is writing a book called 'Hillbilly Heart' to be released sometime next year. The book will chronicle most of the Kentucky native's life with a candid look at both his and daughter Miley's fame, and the tribulations that come with being in the public eye. Billy Ray says the book will also focus on the role faith has played in his life. "I learned early from The Book of Psalms that, 'The Truth will be your shield and your buckle'. I've always loved that," he says. "You only get one chance to tell your life story. This is my chance to set the record straight."
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