Baby baby! Lady A’s Hillary is expecting
Here’s a nice Christmas present: Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum, well, I’ll let her tell you herself.
It didn’t take long for folks to swarm all over Hillary as she and other country stars arrive in Vegas for Monday night’s (Dec. 10) American Country Awards show.
“Arrived in Vegas, & so overwhelmed by the outpouring of love about our news! Now some shut eye…this growing a baby thing makes ya sleepy!” Hillary tweeted Sunday night (Dec. 9).
Congrats to Hillary, and to the entire growing country family!
So a warning to all those performing at the ACAs: Singing country music could make you pregnant.
Tim and Faith get personal in their Vegas show
On opening weekend at the Venetian, Faith belted out, “C’mon baby, let’s go to Vegas!”
Shouldn’t she change the words to, “C’mon baby, we’re here in Vegas!”? I digress.
The 1,800 fans that jammed the Venetian loved the whole Soul 2 Soul set, rewarding the couple with lots of standing ovations, The Tennessean reported.
Tim did his hits, Faith did her hits, the two did their duet hits – and then they took a seat on stage and turned up the lights for a chat with the adoring crowd.
Tim and Faith talked about their careers, their influences – and Tim’s feet.
“Before we go any further, seriously, do you not have socks on?” Faith asked her hubby.
Rolling Stone picks Pickler as having the best country album of the year
It’s really awesome that Kellie Pickler has been so active in supporting breast cancer awareness.
And we all loved when she flipped the switch back in October to turn the Opry pink.
But guess what: Girl can sing too, right?
You better recognize! Rolling Stone magazine did, putting Kellie’s 100 Proof album at the top of its annual best country albums list.
“Pickler wraps her big, lustrous voice around old-fashioned honky tonk, rollicking road stories and big ballads, all produced with a perfect balance of throwback twang and contemporary sheen,” the magazine says.
Other albums on the list:
Jamey Johnson’s Living for a Song: A Tribute to Hank Cochran, Lionel Richie’s Tuskegee, and Texas country-rockers J.B. and the Moonshine Band, Beer for Breakfast, and Easton Corbin’s All Over The Road.
Watch Kellie perform “100 Proof” at the Grand Ole Opry.