For a second straight week, Twitter proved to be as entertaining as a major television event starring major country music stars. That's not a knock on Tuesday night's (Dec. 10) 2013 ACAs, there were just some really funny things being said by fans and people who were somewhat less than thrilled. We took out the vitriol and set up a list of all the best -- but mostly harmless -- tweets sent during the Fox broadcast.
The artists who make up this gallery of Worst Dressed at the 2013 American Country Awards either took too big of a risk, or didn't try at all. Actually, one even falls blandly in the middle. For the most part, the men and women of country music looked stylish in classic high-roller outfits, but these three stood out for all the wrong reasons.
Trace Adkins brought a little holiday spirit to the 2013 ACAs with the holiday classic 'The Little Drummer Boy,' closing out the show on Dec. 10. The singer was joined on stage by drummer Kenny Arnoff and a high school band for the performance.
Luke Bryan had to try to calm down his cheering fans long enough to allow him to introduce the talented LeAnn Rimes for a Patsy Cline tribute -- one that ended with a standing ovation from both fans and artists.
Taylor Swift is a force to be reckoned with. If there's an award, she's won it -- and if there isn't an award, well, they'll create it for her. The singer received the first-ever Worldwide Artist Award at the 2013 ACAs on Tuesday (Dec. 10).
Thomas Rhett had quite the introduction before his big performance of his hit 'It Goes Like This' at the 2013 American Country Awards. Parmalee, who just so happen to have a record out Tuesday (Dec. 10), sang 'Feels Like Carolina' acoustically as they introduced New Artist Nominee Rhett.
Justin Moore, who recently expressed his disappointment about not performing or presenting at country awards shows, isn't harboring any grudges. The singer took the stage at the 2013 American Country Awards on Tuesday (Dec. 10) to rock out and perform his latest hit, 'Point at You.'
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