The couple that performs together, stays together! Country music’s most prolific married couple Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton performed ‘The Voice’ coach’s No. 1 hit ‘Honey Bee’ together at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, Calif. over the weekend. Lambert brought Shelton on stage during her April 27 show to perform this little ditty, which was a pleasant surprise for the crowd.
Scotty McCreery made his acting debut — sort of — in the April 23 episode of the small screen romantic dramedy, ‘Hart of Dixie.’ He started off easy, playing himself and performed his own hit ballad ‘The Trouble With Girls,’ so it wasn’t really acting, since he didn’t have a role as someone else — or even a speaking part. McCreery did what he does best: sing!
Time to move to Australia and schlep our lives away as public servants or crocodile wrestlers. Why? Well, a judge decided that a woman who was injured having sex at an Australian motel while on a work trip is entitled to Workman’s Compensation. How do we get that deal, since the circumstances sound like grounds for a firing? Regardless, what kinda sex was she having that it caused injury? Sounds like kinky stuff.
Sorry ladies, but Jake Owen is now officially off the market. The country singer proposed to his girlfriend Lacey Buchanan Saturday night (April 7) while performing at his annual charity event in his Vero Beach, Fla. hometown.
Country gal Skylar Laine showed us a different side of her musical personality on tonight’s (April 4) episode of ‘American Idol.’ While we normally see her singing and stomping around the stage like a Reba McEntire-Miranda Lambert hybrid — lookout, Blake! — she chose to show off her soft and sensitive side with Bette Midler’s power ballad ‘Wind Beneath My Wings.’
Taylor Swift gave a major shout out to her planned 2012 ACM Awards date Kevin McGuire, who had to miss out on accompanying the singer to the ceremony in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, the New Jersey teen came down with a fever and had a low blood count, forcing him to decline her invitation on Saturday after he initially accepted. While he didn’t attend, he still watched the event on TV.
Even though he is the co-host of the 2012 ACM Awards, Blake Shelton didn’t stuff the ballot to win the Male Vocalist of the Year award. He won it because he is awesome. We’d venture to guess that some of his newly-cultivated fans from his stint on the ‘The Voice‘ voted, too.
Toby Keith began his performance of his monster hit ‘Red Solo Cup’ while walking through the crowd at the 2012 ACM Awards tonight (April 1) with a — you guessed it — red Solo cup in one hand and a microphone in the other. The singer roamed amongst the people for the course of the entire song, and most of the audience members were also holding their own disposable receptacles — aka the things that are not just a cup but a friend. Nothing like a prop to make a point!
Wearing his signature white cowboy hat, Brad Paisley performed ‘Camouflage’ at the 2012 ACM Awards tonight (April 1). He did so after he was introduced by his buddy and tourmate Scotty McCreery, who offered up a half performance of ‘Water Tower Town’ moments before. Life imitated art as Paisley wore a black and grey camo pattern button-down for his performance.
Eric Church was such a multi-tasker when he performed his single ‘Springsteen,’ which is a reference to the one and only Bruce (aka The Boss), who is an artist that Church reveres, at the 2012 ACM Awards tonight (April 1). Church began the song while standing and playing the piano, with his guitar strapped to his person. It didn’t look exactly comfortable with a guitar-as-appendage, protruding from his side, but he didn’t miss a beat or a note.
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