The Taylor Swift and John Mayer drama returned to the headlines this week, when Mayer admitted to being humiliated by Swift’s song ‘Dear John,’ which was reportedly her musical retort to their rumored short-lived relationship, which took place when they worked on music together in 2009. The guitarist also called the tune “cheap songwriting.” Adding insult to injury, Swift and Mayer had an uncomfortable near run-in at West Hollywood’s Tower Bar on Tuesday night (June 5). Now that’s what we call a textbook case of “awkward.”
Right after performing ‘Good Girl,’ the gilded goddess Carrie Underwood returned to the stage to pick up her award for Video of the Year at the 2012 CMT Music Awards tonight (June 6). Country legend Alan Jackson, who revealed that he has made 54 music videos over the course of his career and pointed out the importance of the medium, presented Underwood with her buckle for the biggest award of the evening.
Luke Bryan nabbed the buckle for Male Video of the Year at the 2012 CMT Music Awards for his cinematic clip for ‘I Don’t Want This Night to End.’ The ever-excitable singer bounded up on the stage to accept his honor as though he just downed a case of Red Bull.
Lady Antebellum picked up the buckle for Group Video of the Year for ‘We Owned the Night’ at the 2012 CMT Music Awards. First, they open the show with a mashup and then they nab an award at the midpoint! It turned out to be a good night for Lady A.
Here’s another reason to tune into the 2012 CMT Music Awards tonight (June 6). Rascal Flatts with get supersized and perform with rock band Journey for the first time ever! That’s quite a shift from their previous collaborator Justin Bieber — with whom they remixed last year — but it’s equally as thrilling.
Nobody’s perfect. Not even a late night talk show host like Conan O’Brien, who invites fans to let him know if an error is made during the course of the show. Apparently, one astute viewer pointed out that during an interview with actor/singer Jack Black, O’Brien referred to Scotty McCreery as “Scott McCreedy.”
Dierks Bentley‘s father, Leon Bentley, died on Friday, June 1. The singer was forced to cancel shows beforehand, and in the wake of his dad’s death, tweeted the news to fans, thanking them for their support. He also took a moment to reflect on the fact that his father was his biggest influence in country music, since his dad’s listening habits turned him onto the genre as a young kid.
Kellie Pickler loves our troops! The country cutie headed to the Middle East for her fifth international USO tour, a fact she let us know via a recent tweet. Five tours? That’s dedication to our boys (and girls) in the service. Pickler is naturally perky, but the ‘Where’s Tammy Wynette’ singer expressed excitement about being able to visit the military bases overseas and perform. But that’s not the extent of her support. Heck, it’s not even the half of it.
Carrie Underwood is dominating the landscape right now, especially in the mainstream media. The ‘Blown Away’ singer, whose new album of the same name topped the Billboard chart for two weeks in a row, will be featured in the forthcoming 20th anniversary ‘Dateline’ special, which airs tonight (May 22) at 10PM ET on NBC. Make a note of it!
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