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How does Carrie Underwood celebrate her birthday?
How does Carrie Underwood celebrate her birthday?

Carrie Underwood will celebrate her birthday this weekend. She’s not calling it a birthday though. It’s the first anniversary of her 29th birthday. Carrie says her special day will include great food and a date with hubby, Mike Fisher.

Darius Rucker has filmed the video for his new single, Wagon Wheel and the clip includes some very special guests. You’ll see Lady Antebellum‘s Charles Kelley and the stars of the hit series Duck Dynasty. Darius said his wife came up with the idea to include the Duck Dynasty guys.

A memorial service was held in Nashville this week for Mindy McCready who died on February 17th. Some of Mindy’s close friends, including, Lorrie Morgan and Bryan White were there to sing during the tribute. CMT will profile the life and career of Mindy on Fallen Angel: Mindy McCready, Sunday night at 7:00.

The top 10 were announced on American Idol last night. One of the finalists brought judge, Keith Urban to tears.


Angie Miller – Victory Song – American Idol 12… by IdolxMuzic

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