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Miranda Will Open A New Store
Miranda Will Open A New Store

Miranda Lambert is opening another Pink Pistol store.  The new location will be in her home state of Texas.  The store will open mid-October.

Justin Moore’s new album is in stores today.  It includes duets with Miranda Lambert and Charlie Daniels.  Justin says he had a hard time coming up with a title for the project.  Also in stores today are new albums from Billy Currington (We Are Tonight) and Chris Young (A.M.)

Sadie Robertson, the 16 year old daughter of Duck Dynasty‘s Willie Robertson, has launched her own line of prom dresses. She says they were partly inspired by Carrie Underwood, “She’s a country girl and she dresses very nice,  classy”.  Sadie teamed up with designer Sherri Hill to come up with some “daddy approved” dresses that will be available in the spring.

Dancing With The Stars returned last night.  While her dance wasn’t perfect, Valerie Harper brought the crowd to her feet.  Back in March, she announced that she was battling terminal cancer.  Since then Valerie has been told, by her doctor, that she is near remission.  Last night she proved nothing is going to slow her down.

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