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Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton are laughing at a story in a tabloid that their marriage is falling apart. Life & Style magazine says the couple had a “showdown” over Blake allegedly getting “too cozy” with another singer. Blake tweeted, “Hey @mirandlambert… I just read in a tabloid that our marriage is falling apart!” Miranda answered her husband’s joke, adding, “Oh no! Can’t wait to read if we make it or not.” Just in case anyone doubted the couple’s closeness, Miranda wrote, “@blakeshelton why are we tweeting each other when we are literally laying an inch apart? Wait… don’t answer that… :) #keepitclean.”
Kenny Chesney is among the latest round of superstar acts scheduled to perform for the 48th Annual ACM Awards telecast next month. His tour mate Eric Church, along with fellow superstars Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town have also been added to the lineup, which includes the show's co-hosts, Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton. Previously announced performers include Kelly Clarkson, Hunter Hayes, Miranda Lambert, George Strait and the Band Perry. The show will air live from Las Vegas, Sunday, April 7 at 8:00 PM ET/delayed PT on CBS.
The Band Perry reveals they rewrote the tracks on their upcoming album, Pioneer, four times each. And then video taped themselves performing the songs, looking over the videos "like a game tape" to see what they could do better. "Even more than pressure, we felt responsibility to even have the opportunity to record a second album," Kimberly Perry says, "because the fans making the first record such a success was in itself such a gift. The three of us felt the responsibility to dig as deep as we could, and we definitely dug deep." Pioneer is due in stores April 2.
When George Strait announced last September that his 2013-2014 Cowboy Rides Away tour would be his last, he was quick to clarify that he's retiring from the road, not the recording studio. "I'm still going to try and make a record every year," the country icon insisted. And he's making good on that promise. Love Is Everything, the King of Country Music's 40th studio album, is set to hit stores May 14. The first taste of the project is "Give It All We Got Tonight," which is climbing the singles charts and just may be the 60-year-old legend's 60th No. 1 hit.
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