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Justin Moore’s Family Is Growing
Justin Moore’s Family Is Growing

Justin Moore and his wife, Kate, are expecting baby number 3 this summer. Justin is outnumbered at home right now with his wife and 2 daughters and says while he would kind of hoping for a boy, he just wants a healthy baby. His girls, Kennedy and Ella are even hoping for a baby brother. It took 5 tries for Zac Brown to get his son, maybe third time will be a charm for Justin.

Carrie Underwood is the top earning American Idol according to Forbes magazine.  The first American Idol, Kelly Clarkson, was behind Carrie at number 2.

Season 13 of American Idol begins tonight.  I’m looking forward to seeing Keith Urban, Harry Connick Jr and Jennifer Lopez work together.  From the promos I’ve seen it looks like they’re going to be a lot of fun!  Tonight’s auditions take place in Boston and Austin.  American Idol begins tonight at 7:00 on Fox.

Keith Urban, Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves have been added to the list of performers for the Grammy Awards.  “Music’s Biggest Night” (which I purposely ignore every year) is January 26th on CBS.

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