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The Colosseum, which has been trying to find new acts to temporarily replace Celine Dion, backs out after the country couple asked for $1.25 million for three shows.
The two country superstars are seen stealing jewels from a bank, gambling with a mafia crew and riding motorcycles in the visuals directed by Trey Fanjoy.
The two country superstars are drinking, gambling and getting arrested in the preview of the video that's coming out in full on Wednesday, June 25.
Dethroning Coldplay's 'Ghost Stories' after selling 180,000 copies in its first week, 'Platinum' gives country superstar Lambert her best sales week yet.
The 'Something Bad' collaborators look gorgeous in a Roberto Cavalli piece and a Celia Kritharioti number, while the 'How Do I Live' singer flashes cleavage and leg in a white dress.
The 'Mama's Broken Heart' singer reports the incident in an Instagram post, saying that a plane she boarded had to make an emergency landing in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
Country music darlings Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert, who were scheduled to take the stage together, showed off major cleavage in their figure-hugging dresses.
Titled 'Somethin' Bad', the collaboration is recorded for Lambert's next studio installment 'Platinum' which is due June 3 this year.
The country superstar scores two nominations for her solo work, two for her collaboration with Keith Urban and two as a member of Pistol Annies.
The singer, who recently won ACM's Female Vocalist of the Year for the fifth time, is readying a new album titled 'Platinum' that's slated to hit the stores on June 3.
After Aldean's win is announced, the Band Perry is revealed as the winner of Vocal Group of the Year and is followed by the announcement of Female Vocalist of the Year.
Plunging neck dresses that showed off cleavage were particularly popular among the female attendees of the April 6 event.
The country crooner announced the release date and unveiled the artwork of her fifth studio album during the Monday, March 10 episode of 'Good Morning America'.
'It's about slowing down, taking a breath and remembering what it's like to live life a little more simply,' the country superstar says of the song.
Lambert will team up with Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong to perform a tribute to Phil Everly, the member of The Everly Brothers who died earlier this month.