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Shelton saw Sheryl Crow, Ashley Monroe, Angaleena Presley and wife Miranda Lambert naked while having spray-tan party at his and wife's hotel room.
The three country music superstars dished out their latest collaboration ballad 'Highway Don't Care' at the 48th country music celebration.
Rivers reveals that the members of her husband's family died in Holocaust, and the joke is her way to make the incident remembered.
The former boyfriend of Selena Gomez will reportedly be joined by his rumored new flame Ella-Paige Roberts Clarke for his birthday party.
The top acts in country music and even R'n'B artist Ne-Yo will perform to honor McGraw in a special tribute concert.
The three stars collaborate on the new country ballad lifted off McGraw's latest album, 'Two Lanes of Freedom'.
The country singer debuts the video for the second track from his latest album 'Two Lanes of Freedom'.
Two of the twelve categories have revealed their winners ahead of the Thursday, November 1 evening ceremony.
Marking their first concerts together since 2006, the anticipated shows by the country music power couple will be held at the Venetian Theater starting December 7.
Chesney and McGraw show how to rock by delivering a high-energy performance in a massive aircraft hangar.
Aretha Franklin describes Conelius' passing as 'a huge and momentous loss', Patti LaBelle calls him 'simply a genius', and Quincy Jones remembers him as 'a visionary pioneer.'
The Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum-starring movie will be screened at this year's SXSW, along with Chris Hemsworth's 'Cabin in the Woods' and Matthew McConaughey's 'Killer Joe' among others.
In the upcoming February 14 outing, Heather Morris and Naya Rivera's cheerleader characters are going to have a sweet and romantic scene that 'will satisfy fans.'
The 'Jersey Shore' star shoots down claims that she is secretly knocked up during an appearance on the 'Opie and Anthony' radio show on Wednesday, February 1 morning.
The 'Set Fire to the Rain' hitmaker extends her run at the first positions on Billboard Hot 200 and Hot 100, blocking McGraw and Clarkson from ruling the charts.