Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Reba, Garth and Tim!

Dierks Bentley better get some sleep tonight because he's gonna be busy tomorrow! He's performing in the morning on ABC’s Good Morning America and then again tomorrow night on The 44th Annual CMA Awards, live from Nashville on ABC.

This should be good...Ellen Degeneres has lined Kellie Pickler up as her red carpet correspondent for Tomorrow’s CMA Awards. Look for the funny clips on Ellen’s Thursday show.

Following the floods in Nashville in May, there were lots of rebuilding projects. This Sunday, Nov. 14, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood and LeAnn Rimes will appear on an episode of 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' focusing on the restoration of the Lighthouse Christian School near Nashville. The episode will be broadcast on ABC at 8pm ET SUNDAY, November 14th. It was moved to the 14th after being originally scheduled by ABC for a November 7th airing


Wow! Reba McEntire's 26th album is in stores today. Reba says she titled the project All the Women I Am because it reflects her many experiences, but she didn't start out with that theme in mind. Reba tells us, "If I had started it with that song and then gone tried to find them, I don't think it could have worked out as perfectly as it did."

Also in stores today is Coal Miner's Daughter: A Tribute to Loretta Lynn. It features Carrie Underwood's version of "You're Looking at Country," Alan Jackson and Lee Ann Womack's cover of "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man," and Gretchen Wilson's rendition of "Don't Come Home a-Drinking."

Garth Brooks has sold out nine shows -- that's more than 140,000 tickets -- at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena in a fundraising event for the city's flood victims. This makes him the biggest-selling act in Tennessee, a record previously held by Michael Jackson, who sold 72,000 tickets at Knoxville's Neyland Stadium. The nine shows take place over six days starting December 16th and will provide over $3 million for flood relief.

Tim McGraw says his Country Strong co-star Gwyneth Paltrow has made him a better actor. He tells OK magazine, "You just want to play to the level of the person you're playing against... Everybody around her rises when she's in a scene." But unlike Gwyneth, Tim won't be appearing on Glee anytime soon. He says, "I'm not a triple threat. You don't want to see me dancing."

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