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Members of the Zac Brown Band say they’re still in disbelief over their win at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. The guys received their third career Grammy for Best Country Album.
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Blake Shelton’s new song “Sure Be Cool If You Did” is the fastest rising single of his career. It’s also the first song off his upcoming new CD. He’s calling the 12-track album Based On A True Story – and it’s set to hit store shelves on March 26th.
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Carrie Underwood has put an end to her rumored feud with Taylor Swift. In an interview with CBS This Morning, Carrie claimed that there are no hard feelings between the two that she’s aware of – and warns you to not believe everything you read!
Blake Shelton has gotten a ton of exposure being on The Voice…and he’s hoping the gig will get new, younger fans interested in his music.
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The wait is almost over! Tomorrow is the day the nominees are announced for the 48th Annual ACM Awards will be revealed. The Band Perry, Little Big Town, Scotty McCreery, Ryan Seacrest and more, will help announce the ACM nominees via videos posted to the ACM official Facebook and Twitter page. Look for the first video tomorrow morning at 8:30 AM!
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Eric Church’s first ever live album will hit stores and iTunes on April 9th. He’s calling it Caught In The Act: Live and will feature 17 songs recorded over a couple of shows at Chattanooga's Tivoli Theater. A vinyl version of the record will also be made available on National Record Store Day, Saturday, April 20th. The package will include four additional tracks and a special whiskey-infused 7-inch.
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Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green's Baby Son Noah Makes His Debut
Yep, sure looks like a movie star baby! During a trip to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This Is 40 actress Fox has been frank with the media about how transformative first-time motherhood has been. "The whole thing has been overwhelming because I didn't realize you could love something so much, and I know people always say that but I love him so much it hurts," Fox said in December, "and it's an interesting feeling to have because I never felt that before."
"He's getting to that place where he's smiling and he's almost ready to laugh, and I can't wait for that baby laugh that almost makes you feel like you can fly, like your heart's going to explode."
Hines Ward Gets Zombified for The Walking Dead
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Hines Ward may be full of life, but he didn't appear that way on Sunday.
With his eyebrows completely gone, and bloody gashes and scars covering his face, the football star and former Dancing with the Stars champ, 36, looked unrecognizable guest-starring on AMC's The Walking Dead.
"A former Georgia teammate of mine is one of the stars of the show, and my agent thought it would be something fun and different for me to do," Ward told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, of guest starring on the show where his pal, IronE Singleton played fan favorite T-Dog. "It was an amazing experience. Just being in makeup preparing me for my role was cool. I actually scared myself when I looked in the mirror for the first time after."