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Brad & Carrie Will Host the CMA Awards
Brad & Carrie Will Host the CMA Awards

Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will host the CMA Awards for the 6th year in a row. Little Big Town had a little fun making the announcement last night during the CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night To Rock Special.  The 47th Annual CMA Awards will air November 6th on ABC.

Nicole by OPI is creating a line of nail color inspired by Carrie Underwood.  The collection will feature 14 different shades include Carrie’s signature shade, Carrie’d Away, that’s gold with glitter.  The new line will be available in January.  Check out the colors here.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill announced last week that they will return to the Venetian in Las Vegas for an encore of their Soul2Soul show.  The couple will hold a question and answer session on their separate Facebook pages today at 3:00.

Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton have discussed touring together.  Miranda says while the two of the being on the road together makes sense, they aren’t quite ready.  They want it to be as big and as important as Tim and Faith’s Soul2Soul tour and they aren’t there just yet.

Luke Bryan‘s 4th album, Crash My Party, is in stores today. He will make an appearance on Chelsea Lately and Jimmy Kimmel Live tonight to promote his new music.

 

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