by Brad Schmitt
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Tim vs. tire in L.A. – and Tim wins! Truck Yeah!!
In fact, he gets so pumped that he does a full-on workout before each show.
And that workout Friday (July 13) involved taking his shirt off and pushing around a big ol’ truck tire in a parking lot.
Think that has anything to do with his latest single, “Truck Yeah”?
“Pre show workout! #TRUCKYEAH,” Tim posted along with a picture of this workout.
So I guess the answer is, probably.
But Tim has also proven he enjoys a pre-show workout in other cities as well.
He ran around the streets of downtown Nashville, without a shirt on, before his show there earlier this summer. Many female fans took out cell phone cameras to capture Tim’s, uh, dedication to fitness.
“The Voice” alum RaeLynn gets a country record deal
She’s from Texas, real country, young and sassy.
Is it any wonder that Miranda Lambert fell in love with 18-year-old RaeLynn when Miranda served as a mentor to the teen on season 2 of NBC’s The Voice?
RaeLynn and Miranda both have proved, when it comes to TV singing contests, even losers can be winners.
You might remember that Miranda launched her career after appearing on a show called Nashville Star – and Miranda didn’t win her season on that show either.
RaeLynn reacted online.
“yayyy!!I’m so excited!” she tweeted.
But will Cookie Monster cover “You Look Good In My Shirt” next?
Keith Urban is right on top of current pop culture trends, I tell ya.
Canadian pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen has a really catchy song out, “Call Me Maybe,” and it seems like everyone is doing a version of it.
That includes Cookie Monster.
Keith has jumped on the bandwagon. During a recent concert in Wisconsin, Keith did his own version of the song, even getting the crowd to sing along.
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