I have said on Cat Country multiple times that I am very afraid of spiders. Big or small, I just can't deal with them. We had some rather manly spiders trying to come into our home that all but ended up in a war zone.
From what I have found, everyone is afraid of something...
I have said on Cat Country multiple times that I am very afraid of spiders. Big or small, I just can't deal with them.We had some rather manly spiders trying to come into our home the the Heights this fall that all but ended up in a war zone...
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill kicked off their joint Australian tour this week, and tonight they’re giving a performance at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. While the two country celebs will do their fair share of getting ready for the event, they’re not neglecting their other full-time jobs either: being parents to daughters Gracie, Maggie and Audrey.
Who says Blake Shelton is the only country superstar that can be a coach on ‘The Voice’? Well, turns out he’s not. Keith Urban is also a coach — albeit on the Australian version of the show. In a new teaser promo, the singer, who never has a bad hair day, explains his attraction to this particular reality talent competition.
Keith Urban is eagerly gearing up for his appearance as a celebrity coach on Australia’s version of the hit show ‘The Voice.’ And while he admits he’s looking for someone to really capture his attention, the ‘You’ll Think of Me’ singer says he’s not about putting people down when they don’t make the cut.
Following a successful throat surgery, Keith Urban will once again find his voice — or more specifically, ‘The Voice.’ As it was rumored, the Down Under native will join the Australian version of the hit TV show ‘The Voice’ next year.
The last time they toured together, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw shattered records, so when they announced they’d be teaming up again for a string of Australian dates next year, American promoters — and plenty of American fans — were hoping it’d be the prelude for a stateside sequel.
Better start saving up for those plane tickets now, though, because McGraw and Hill say their Australian shows will be
The last time Tim McGraw and Faith Hill went on tour together, it went pretty well — the string of dates they shared in 2006 and 2007 broke the record for the top-grossing country tour of all time.
Next year, they’ll take their act on the road again, and although this looks like a much shorter run — only six dates have been announced — they’ll still be covering a lot of distance. In fact, they’re
There must be something in the fries at McDonald's for a mother to think she'd win a court case that demanded weekly child support funds to sustain her kids' Golden Arches habit.
The Australian mother demanded $1450 per-week to cover living expenses for herself and two children, including a $150 a week for blue jeans, $60 a week for McDonald's binging and $100 weekly for gifts.