Scotty McCreery is a legitimate country superstar at the tender age of 18. He won Season 10 of ‘American Idol’ in 2011 and was just awarded a platinum plaque for ‘Clear as Day,’ which celebrates a million copies sold. He’s performed on several late night TV shows and has embarked on major tours. But underneath it all, he’s still a country boy at heart who plans to further his education. He confirmed to CMT Radio (thanks, mjsbigblog) that while he was accepted to all four colleges that he applied to, he will be attending North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
‘The Tonight Show With Jay Leno’ has had a soft spot for country music in the month of March. A mere two weeks after Toby Keith brought his ‘Red Solo Cup‘ to the stage, Alan Jackson performed his new single, the contemplative ballad ‘So You Don’t Have to Love Me Anymore.’ Late night talk shows are a prime place for country tunes, that’s for sure.
‘American Idol‘ Season 10 winner Scotty McCreery returned to the stage tonight (March 29) to perform his twangy, uptempo single ‘Water Tower Town.’ It feels like only yesterday that the singer was competing in the thick of the competition each and every week. Now, with a hit record and hard-earned status as a country superstar, McCreery really has grown by leaps and bounds in the space of a year.
Celebrity scents are all the rage, with many starlets slapping their name on bottles of perfume, appearing in print ads and hawking them mercilessly. Some are even intrinsically involved in the creation process and work in the labs when choosing accords and notes. It’s certainly another way to brand oneself in addition to being an incredibly profitable revenue stream. Taylor Swift has done it, but don’t expect Carrie Underwood to hop on that bandwagon anytime soon. The ‘Good Girl’ singer has turned her nose up at the notion of creating a scent — and with good reason.
Blake Shelton is a busy man, but he’s busting his butt now, releasing albums, touring and appearing on ‘The Voice’ so — as he puts it — he and his wife Miranda Lambert can “relax and not have to tour until we’re on our walkers.” Clearly, Shelton and Lambert plan to enjoy their twilight years by taking gigs and socking away cash now so they don’t have to stumble on stage when they are past their prime… although it is hard to imagine their talents aging or expiring.
Jason Aldean‘s video for ‘Fly Over States’ falls right in line with the song’s lyrics, which celebrate the people and the places that have been categorized as “fly over states.” Aldean’s song and his video aim to shoot down the notion that Middle America is simply the middle of nowhere.
Kenny Chesney fans will want to tune into the Academy of Country Music Awards on April 1. The superstar is planning a major reveal at the show, choosing to perform the first single from his brand new album, according to a representative from his label BNA. It’s certainly interesting that the title of the single has not yet been determined but the live premiere has! Even so, Chesney fans will take it.
Country cutie Lauren Alaina gets “tipped,” er, ticked off when diners don’t leave tips. The singer, who worked at CiCi’s Pizza in Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.while in high school, recalled the difficulties and stresses of working in the service sector. But people who skip out on tips get deepest under her skin, because she saw how much it upset her mother, who is a former waitress. Needless to say, the teen is full of empathy for wait staffers.
There’s two sides to every story and to country superstar Carrie Underwood. In the video for her brand new single ‘Good Girl,’ Underwood plays the role of the good, wholesome girl as well as that of the rebel. The one thing that unites the two sides of her personality and the parts she plays? A deep, unwavering love of gorgeous, dangerously high and infinitely stylish heels. What gal doesn’t love a pair of fab shoes?
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