Ludacris is Jason’s surprise guest at Georgia Bulldogs stadium
More than 60,000 fans showed for the UGA lovefest, which also included Florida native Jake Owen.
The surprise of the night: Rapper Ludacris joined Jason for “Dirt Road Anthem,” just like Luda did when Jason sang the song in 2011 at the CMT Music Awards.
The whole night was a huge deal for Jason.
“As a kid, I didn’t come here, because we couldn’t afford tickets,” Jason told USA Today beforehand.
“The first time I stepped foot in this place, I was just glad to be able to see a game, much less ever think I would play it,” he said. “At the end of my career, when it’s all said and done, this’ll be the one show I can always look back on and go, ‘That’s one of the defining moments of my career.’”
Caveman Trace clubs his way to second win on Celebrity Apprentice
Look out, folks. Trace Adkins is about to win the whole thing on the all-star season of Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice.
Trace picked up his second win this season as project manager, proving he’ll do almost anything to come out on top.
This time, Trace played a caveman and the star of a minute-long silent movie to promote a tanning lotions product line.
That makes sense, Trace says: “I basically am a housebroken caveman.”
The funny movie showed how a caveman suddenly whisked to 2013 suddenly has so much more color in his life.
“You put a caveman in a modern situation, you’ve got comedy,” explained Trace, who came up with the idea. “Cavemen are always funny.”
Trace picked up another $40,000 for the American Red Cross. In the season’s very first week, Trace won a challenge that scored the charity nearly $700,000.
Taylor says it’s hard to come down off post-concert high
Can you image playing to a loud, rockin’ stadium full of screaming fans?
Can you imagine trying to go to sleep afterward?
“You just kind of adjust your mind to experiencing that level of sound, that level of lights and that level of excitement, and your heart racing,” Taylor Swift told reporters recently.
“It takes a couple of hours to fall asleep that night because your adrenaline is still rushing.”
It’s kind of surreal.
“My real world involves walking on stage and there are thousands of people out there, then walking off stage, and there’s my cat.”
Not that Taylor’s complaining.
“You just don’t want to go too ahead of yourself and think, ‘Huh. I really killed that. Man, those people—they’re so lucky to be here to see me,’” Taylor says. “It’s like, ‘I was so lucky to be on stage in front of that many people.’ That’s the truth of it.”
Taylor’s back on the road Thursday (April 18) for two nights in Atlanta.