To show his commitment to the cause, a camera crew followed him to a fire station in Tennessee where he served lunch and gave the public servants a well-deserved moment in the spotlight.
"We pick people who work hard to look after us, and we're gonna do something nice for them," said Bryan. "I've got lunch and I'm taking it to Fire Station #2 right here in Franklin, Tennessee. Some of the guys that work for this particular station saved somebody's life who was jogging just a few days ago, so with my extra 24 hours it was a no-brainer to come by and show these firefighters a little love and respect." Read more here.
"My favorite accomplishment of my entire life is that everything in my life has changed except for me and Britany," says Taylor during her reception speech.
"She was my partner in crime at Brownies sleepaway camp and she was my date to the Grammys. And little did either of us know that prince charming for Britany would be the kid that sat next to me in class with a bowl cut and a Lego lunchbox." Read more here.
As with most folklore, the details of the legend varies depending on who is telling the story, but in an extremely outdated nutshell, it's the one day of the year that women can propose to men.
According to Just Jared, Adele started chatting with the crowd at the SSE Arena in Belfast, North Ireland after the third song in her set, which is when she invited a lucky fan to propose to her boyfriend onstage. Read more here.
"I've always felt compelled to voice my love of this country," said Smith. " My granddad and so many countless others have fought for our freedom. That freedom allows us as Americans to pursue our dreams and I am proof they can come true.
I feel blessed to have a platform that may inspire others to remember what this nation was founded on. I hope folks will join me in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance as a symbol of our thanks for those who defend our God-given rights."
Check out the full itinerary for The Granger Across Merica Pledge of Allegiance Tour here.
Radio.com recently caught with Bentley who told us about working with his co-host Bryan. 'You know Luke, he just has this kind of 'pass,' I guess: he can just say whatever he wants to say, whenever he wants to say it, and for some reason it's always funny. I don't know why, but he's got that thing. Having him as a co-host is a huge help.
"He's done it before, so he's got some experience. We've got some stuff to work out, but at the same time we don't want it to be too fixed, we want it to be loose and fun and kind of represent the vibe of the ACMs in Las Vegas, which is a good time. So I think some of those screw ups can work in your favor as well."
The ACM Awards air live from MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, April 3rd at 8:00pm ET on CBS. Watch the video here.
The "Dance Moms" star admitted her fraud case has taken its toll on her. She was indicted on bankruptcy fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets, and false bankruptcy declarations in October. "It's rough. It's hard. My dad used to run my business and he did all the books and everything was great. It's your family, you trusted, ya know - they had your back. Every person I hired after that was just one thing after another and you hire attorneys, you hire accountants, you hire your people, who are professional… maybe they all didn't do their jobs as well as they should have." She went on, "I have a firm belief that we are all just living out a script and whatever will be will be."
It has just been announced that "Dance Moms" will be returning. Lifetime ordering more episodes despite reports this would be the last season, but Miller isn't quite sure if she will be back or not, "I guess I'm going to have to be back, I don't know what's happening, we'll see." The businesswoman with many other projects in the works, including a new show in Australia.
Miller also confirming fan favorite, Maddie Ziegler and her sister Mackenzie, who have been on the show since it premiered six seasons ago, will not be returning, "I train kids, I've always done that…And they go on and they work professionally and my dreams are always bigger than their dreams, so I think this was bound to happen." Miller breaking news on Maddie's future, "I believe that Maddie will be either the new judge or the host of the 'So You Think You Can Dance Next Generation' show." She called her departure from "Dance Moms" bittersweet and said the dancers will continue to take classes with her."
She also said don't be surprised if some of the other girls don't return as well, "I think that maybe they need to learn how to treat their talent." Watch video here.
Blending a mix of country and Southern rock artists, the festival takes place in Frank Brown Park, located in Panama City Beach, FL. Gulf Coast Jam takes place Sep. 2-4, 2016.
Other artists and bands slated to perform include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Brett Eldredge, The Band Perry and Granger Smith. Talk about some fun in the sun. Read more here.
I grew up collecting stuff- none of which had much value outside of stories I infused into it. They were mine in a specific place and time, and carried the weight of whoever I was at that moment. When I drove out to Los Angeles, I left a lot of stuff behind, and felt the wonder of having all of my belongings in one place. It was freeing to know what I had, and what I needed, and to feel like I had a grasp on the difference between the two.
When I moved out to LA, I shared a house with 7 of my best friends for four years. Around the time TUFT started working on this album, my housemates and I each moved out to live in separate one-bedroom apartments and become adults. I went through the gathering-things-up-and-throwing-things-away process again. Before we left, we all carved our names into a secret spot in the house. I have done that every place I've lived. It eases my moving anxiety to know I have left my mark in a place.
I currently have 2,133 photos on my phone. I haven't asked anyone else, but I imagine it's a similar number for most people. I used to keep all my pictures in a little album that could physically only hold 32 pictures at a time. What am I going to do with these thousands of pictures? They mark a place in time where I was somewhere pretty, or with someone I loved, but I can't go back to that place in that moment ever again. I'm moving more completely into the carving mindset: make a mark, take comfort knowing that it's there, but never look at it again.
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