A young, impossibly good-looking couple – guitarist Joe Don Rooney and his real-life wife — residing in a gorgeous, expensive home help tell the lyrical story in Rascal Flatts‘ new ‘Come Wake Me Up’ video. The clip explores the thrill of the chase and the blurred line between reality and dreams.
If there ever was a sugar daddy story, this is a textbook example. A theater director, 73, is suing his former girlfriend, a 27-year-old dancer -and no, not that kind. He claims she faked their romance so that he would buy her a pricy crib in Manhattan.
Taylor Swift is not dead. The 22-year-old songstress joins a not-so-illustrious group that includes country superstars like Reba McEntire and Garth Brooks, in that she is the latest victim of an online death hoax. Recently, all three of these acts have made membership in a group that no one would want. Thankfully, the ‘Mean’ singer is alive and well and this was all a, well, mean joke.
Bad news for Lauren Alaina fans planning to see the singer perform live this weekend. She has been forced to cancel all her upcoming shows because her doctor has put her on complete vocal rest. That means no singing!
Miranda Lambert‘s got a hankering for gettin’ into something in her new ‘Fastest Girl in Town’ video. And she sure gets into something with help from her co-star, racecar driver Danica Patrick. The ‘Thelma and Louise’-style video plays out like an actual mini-movie starring Lambert — there’s even a movie poster with Lambert’s name as the top billing!
What a way to shut down enterprising youth. Nathan Duszynski, 13, of Holland, MI, decided he wanted to earn money so he set up a hot dog cart. But he went out of business as fast as he went into it — thanks to the local government.
Only a week after the tragic shooting at the midnight screening of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ in Aurora, Colo., another incident of gunfire has taken place at an entertainment event. A man was shot outside of or in the parking lot of the Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion in Raleigh, N.C. on Friday night (July 27) as concertgoers were exiting Jason Aldean‘s show.
Young country up-and-comer Lauren Alaina paid her respects to country legend Kitty Wells last night (July 25) at the Grand Ole Opry. Wells died on July 16, and the 17-year-old singer said goodbye in the best way she knew how: by singing a medley of the iconic torchy hits Wells left behind.
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