Taste of Country got an exclusive interview with Brad Paisley this week, in which, among other things, the country superstar talks about how Carrie Underwood has become his go-to duet partner.
"She’s probably pretty much my first choice to sing with when it comes to a duet with a woman like that. I mean, we just sort of share the same values and get along that well," Paisley tells Taste of Country. "I just don’t think there’s a better singer than her, so it’s sort of selfish to be able to sing with her and perform."
We're happy to announce that John Bruce Evans is the official winner of last month's Kenny Chesney contest! Evans and a guest will fly from Texas to Green Bay, where they'll see Chesney play at Lambeau Field on June 11, and get the chance to meet the superstar.
We put on the contest last month with the help of our friends at Taste of Country. Read more about Evans — plus your chance to win a trip to see Brad Paisley in West Palm Beach, Fla. — after the jump.
Mother’s Day is upon us this Sunday and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with this Movie Moms Supercut from our friends at The Forward featuring some of the fiercest mothers in movie history, from Anjelica Huston's solid "Royal Tenenbaums" matriarch to Faye Dunaway's unstable Joan "Mommie Dearest" Crawford.
It's a perfect last-minute gift for mom: simply send her this video via email or post it on her Facebook wall with a note saying how much you love her.
Watch the video and see the complete list of films below:
About 30 years ago, Rose Pollard -- now 90 -- was proposed to by her ballroom dancing partner, Forrest Lunway. Instead of saying yes, though, Pollard told Lunway that she'd marry him only after he hit the big 100.
With her exit at 'CBS Evening News' imminent, it looks like Katie Couric may be eyeing a position at rival network ABC.
Sources tell TMZ that Couric is considering a $20 million dollar deal with the network, with plans to launch a syndicated talk show in Sept. 2012. In addition to a talk show, Couric would reportedly do specials for ABC News, '20/20' and "a significant amount of fill-in work, including anchoring." (Somewhere, Diane Sawyer is freaking out.)
Brad Paisley's newest record, This is Country Music, plays like a country rock mix tape curated and orchestrated by Paisley himself. It's packed with guest appearances from the likes of coiffed guitar acrobat Marty Stuart, classic rock crooner Don Henley and, of course, Paisley's go-to duet partner these days, Carrie Underwood. Plus, Clint Eastwood whistles the melody to the instrumental 'Eastwood.' If that sounds like the most awesome thing ever, well, what can we say?
Not that it's anything new for the 'Celebrity' singer - he's put together some great collaborations in his day. Check out our list of the five best Paisley duets of all time, and when you're done reading, head over to our Facebook page to enter for your chance to win a trip to West Palm Beach to see Paisley in concert - and meet him backstage.
This month, we're excited to give you the opportunity to fly to Florida with a friend to meet Brad Paisley. Winners of our contest will receive tickets to see the country star live at Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, FL on September 10th
If there's one talent moms have, it's their killer poker face. That's why you may not have noticed any disappointment from gifts you've given her on a holiday, birthday or Mother's Day in the past, from macaroni necklaces to wilted bouquets. And though we're sure you've given her lots of things she adores, you don't want to make the mistake of giving her something she doesn't.
Here's a list of five things to avoid handing over on Mother's Day:
Whether you're tight on cash or simply want to shower mom with gifts from the heart, opting for the DIY route is a great alternative to storebought treats. And even though she'll love anything you get her, she'll definitely notice -- and appreciate -- the extra bit of elbow grease you put into Mother's Day this year.
Below, a few instructional videos on how to make creative Mother's Day gifts from scratch.
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