Taylor Swift is accustomed to fans asking her on dates or boldly requesting to accompany her to major events, like the Grammys or the VMAs. But now, the actor who plays her ex-boyfriend in the ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ video has asked to accompany his co-star to the VMAs this Thursday, Sept. 6. He even resorted to begging! Hey, everyone knows the VMAs are one hot ticket.
While it was widely reported that well-coiffed country star Keith Urban had accepted the offer to replace long-running judge Randy Jackson on ‘American Idol,’ new reports have surfaced indicating that the deal is not completed and has not been signed, and is therefore not finalized. But it’s close. Very close.
Hockey fans will surely love Carrie Underwood‘s stance when it comes to her hubby, Nashville Predators centerman Mike Fisher and on-ice fights. While most hockey wives might discourage their significant others from engaging in a round of fisticuffs, Underwood is the exact opposite. She encourages Fisher to get in there and clean his opponent’s clock, not because she advocates violence, but because she knows its par for the course and part of the game — and more importantly, that her husband can take care of himself.
Taylor Swift‘s ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’ video drops tomorrow (Aug. 30) at 7:49 PM via multiple platforms, which you can learn all about here. To help stir up anticipation surrounding the record-breaking single, the singer has shared a 14-second teaser clip of the video. Just like the webcast during which she revealed the album title, release date and debuted the song, Swift leads a rockin’ dance party in this preview.
Toby Keith‘s ‘I Like Girls That Drink Beer’ lyric video ought to leave you thirsty for a cold, frosty one. The clip is one of the better lyric videos we’ve seen, as the lyrics are featured on the labels and bottles of several different varieties of beer. The words are also carved in the bar tables and on the walls. No red Solo cups, though!
NBC, a major news organization, made a serious faux pas when it came to reporting the death of astronaut Neil Armstrong over the weekend. The network said that classic rock musician Neil Young had died, adding that he was the first man on the moon. But they weren’t alone. Upon hearing the sad news, many took to Twitter to share their thoughts on Lance Armstrong’s bad week, being that he had been stripped of his Tour de France titles… and then died. Hoping to take advantage of people’s misconceptions about which Armstrong is which, perennial prankster Brad Paisley played along, pretending he too had them mixed up.
Randy Travis is in the news again, but this time, it doesn’t have to do with him being naked, intoxicated, assaulting someone, defending his lady friend or being near a church — all of which have been the scenarios for his previous brushes with the law this year. This time, a Chevrolet truck registered to Travis was found tipped over and abandoned in a field behind a Walmart in Frisco, Texas. The singer’s lawyer, Larry Friedman, says Travis was not driving the vehicle nor was he responsible for its condition.
Lauren Alaina just dropped the simple-but-satisfactory (and effective) lyric video for her new single, the Carrie Underwood co-penned ‘Eighteen Inches.’ The teen’s pretty voice leads the lyrics as they unfold on screen in lean, clean, capital letters.
Two titans of country music — that’d be Taylor Swift and Tim McGraw — will do their part and stand up to cancer on Sept. 7. And just how will they show their support? With performances at the third annual ‘Stand Up to Cancer’ telethon, aka SU2C, that’s how!
Country legend Willie Nelson was forced to cancel his planned performance at a fundraiser in Castle Pines Village in Colorado on Saturday, August 18. The tireless singer and pot proponent, 79, reportedly pulled out of his appearance due to health problems.
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