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Blake and Miranda have made Men’s Health Magazines top 20 Hottest Celebrity Couples list. They come in at No. 7. Topping the list is President Obama and First Lady Michelle. Just behind them are Prince William and Princess Kate Middleton. Also making the list are Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough, Michelle and President Obama, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel.
We now know a few more details about Blake Shelton's upcoming appearance on buddy Reba's sitcom, "Malibu Country." Titled "Oh Brother" and airing on ABC March 1, the episode has Reba's wayward brother, Blake, coming up with a plan to turn mama Lillie Mae's BBQ sauce into a money-making venture. But Blake's reputation for get-rich-quick schemes causes his sister to have doubts. We've seen what Lillie Mae (played by Lily Tomlin) likes to drink (and smoke), we'd have some doubts about the whole thing, too!
The inevitable custody battle over Mindy McCready's two young sons is starting. Arkansas child service authorities have proposed giving custody to the late singer's mother and stepfather in Florida. Zander, 6, and half-brother Zayne, 10 months, have been in state custody since the death of Mindy's boyfriend and the younger child's father, David Wilson, from what is also believed to be a suicide. The father of the older child says he will seek custody of his son, but would also like to keep the two boys together.
As friends, family and fans try to piece together the puzzle of Mindy McCready's suicide on Sunday (Feb. 17) as new details have emerged about an autobiography she was working on. Mindy revealed on Twitter (Jan. 18th) that she was writing a book addressing her struggles, and promising a comeback. In the post Mindy writes of the struggles she had overcome. "I haven't had a hit in almost a decade," she wrote. "I've spent my fortune, tarnished my public view, and made myself the brunt of punch line after punch line. I've been beaten, sued, robbed, arrested, jailed, and evicted. But I'm still here. Her last sentence showed a simmer of hope and determination for the way she wanted to live the rest of her life. "I'm ready for whatever comes next," she wrote. "I'm down but I'll never be out. This extraordinary life, begging to be written, is a comeback story."
George Jones' final Nashville concert continues to get even more star-studded, with Dierks Bentley, Kenny Rogers, Josh Turner and Montgomery Gentry the latest additions to the ever-expanding list of performers taking the stage on that special night. The concert is set for Bridgestone Arena on Friday, Nov. 22 and will feature already-announced appearances by Charlie Daniels, Lorrie Morgan, Randy Travis, Jamey Johnson and Gene Watson.
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