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Blake Shelton Tweets Out Adam Levine’s Phone Number
Blake Shelton Tweets Out Adam Levine’s Phone Number

Blake Shelton has taken his friendly feud with fellow “Voice” coach Adam Levine to a new level.  Blake tweeted Adam’s personal cell phone number to his 6 million followers during last night’s show.  Carson Daly, host of The Voice, confirmed on the Today show that it was in fact Adam’s number.  He says he didn’t really expect them to go through with it.  The number has been disconnected.

Josh Turner‘s first book, Man Stuff: Thoughts on Faith, Family and Fatherhood, is in stores today.  In the book, Josh shares stories and lessons he has learned throughout his life as a dad, a husband, a son and a friend.

Keith Urban paid a visit to The Late Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night and shared the first song he ever learned to play on his guitar.

So far, a 3rd season of the ABC series, Nashville, has not been confirmed.  It does look like if there is a season 3 the show could be moving to a new location.  The Tennessean is reporting that according to the show’s executives, a trimmed Tennessee budget could mean less economic incentives than in the first two season.  Georgia and Texas are among possibilities for new locations.

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