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Miranda Lambert lives in Spanx and she is pretty sure other girls should too. Miranda told "Good Housekeeping" that girls are always thanking her for "being normal-sized." She makes no apologies about her body. But she admits she does wears Spanx, the slimming, firming undergarments, and she recommends that other women do the same thing.
Miranda Lambert exudes domestic bliss in the November issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. One of the best parts of her life comes during the holidays. Thanksgiving has traditionally been held at Blake's farm in Tishomingo, Okla., but this year, his wife is bringing the celebration to him. "Blake will be in L.A. working for 'The Voice,'" she explains. "So I'll be buying pumpkins and hay bales somewhere in that crazy city and putting them on the porch." "We're real traditional," Miranda reports.
For the third year, Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles will host the "CMA Country Christmas" special. The concert event will be taped in front of a live audience at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on Nov. 3, to air later this year on ABC. In addition to the pregnant songstress, Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Scotty McCreery, the Band Perry and Keith Urban will be on hand to perform and share their favorite tales of the season.
Taylor Swift had two fender benders in one day. It was a really unlucky day for the normally lucky Taylor. First, she just happened to driving around a Rolling Stone Magazine writer when she backed into her bass player’s car in the parking lot as they were leaving. Taylor said she freaked out 'cause I went the wrong way, and he [the writer] was gonna think I'm a bad driver, and then I backed into another car.” Then Taylor was sideswiped by a Corvette as she drove later that day. No police reports were filed.
Blake Shelton, the Eli Young Band, Brantley Gilbert and Lady Antebellum have been added to the performers list at next month's CMAs.
Blake Shelton is hosting a bunch of fellow artists and fans on a special cruise this week. One of those artists is Trace Adkins, who says being on a boat in the middle of the ocean with Blake is probably not such a good idea, because Trace says, “Someone could get killed.” So far though, word from the cruise is that it has been smooth sailing.
It’s time for the second annual National Mezcal Day this Sunday, October 21. Toby declared the holiday last year in advance of the release date for his current album Clancy's Tavern. This year, in honor of the hit single "Red Solo Cup," a drink has been created called “The Red Solo Cup ‘Rita made with Toby’s Wild Shot Silver and comes with a gummy worm garnish. See more details at:www.wildshot.com.
Tim McGraw is a health nut now, but back in the day he says he survived mostly on Doritos. Tim said when he would have his electricity turned off ‘cause he couldn’t pay the bill, his fiddle player would come over with firewood and Doritos and they’d play George Strait songs all day.
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