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Taylor Swift has stalkers that scare her. But she isn't going to talk too much about them."I get nervous when I have stalker incidents," she admits. "I try not to talk too much about it because it scares me. Sometimes you get a dude who kind of wants to steal you. That's why I'm so grateful I have people looking after me, like [my bodyguard] Dennis." Taylor reveals her security team has stepped it up recently, notifying the singer of specific dangerous individuals to look out for in the crowds. "Over the past couple of years it's got worse," she says. "I get told if there's been an attempt or a threat. My security text me a picture and say, 'Look out for this dude; he's driven across the country, he's off his meds [medication],' or something like that.
Jason Aldean will help thousands ring in 2013 in Times Square. He’s joining the likes of Taylor Swift for “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2013.” Jason and Taylor will be performing live in Times Square on Monday, December 31st on ABC beginning at 9:00 p.m.,CT.
Jason Aldean is looking for a movie role. He told ABC News that he isn't putting a priority on finding a movie role, but isn’t against dabbling in acting. “It’s one of those things where if I do a movie, I don’t even know if I’m any good,” Jason explains. Then Jason slammed an unknown artist or two by saying, “There has been some country artists that have gone out and tried it, and they were horrible,” Jason explains. “I don’t want to be that guy.”
Well, the hallowed ground of the Grand Old Opry has been home to tv stars playing country stars lately. And, now more is to come. Actor Jonathan Jackson, who plays Avery Barkley on the ABC hit "Nashville" will debut this Sat., Dec. 15 at the historic Ryman Auditorium. Also appearing is Charles Esten, who plays Deacon Claybourne on the show. They all appear on the official “Nashville” soundtrack which was released on Big Machine Records Tuesday, December 11.
Dierks Bentley isn't the star in his family. He tells us that when he goes home for Christmas his brother, Fife, gets most of the attention. And, Dierks says he deserves it. "My brother is the big star because while I'm out here on the road playing music, my brother's actually on the road down in Guatemala literally saving peoples' lives and changing people's lives." Fife is working with those in desperate need of medical attention in Central America. Dierks explains of his brother's mission. "They want to perform 800 surgeries," the singer reveals, having received a text from Fife outlining the charitable organization's plans. "They want to have 100 children on the nutrition program; they want to have 1,000 midwives trained, 4,000 women screened for cancer and 40 nurses trained in preventative cancer treatment." Fife works with a group called Partner for Surgery. Watch Dierks talk about his brother below:
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