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Aldean Acting Stupid And Watching Football In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Jason Aldean tells Rolling Stone Magazine that he loves watching football and acting stupid at this time of the year. “I’m not a flashy kind of guy. My idea of having a good time is having my friends over, us hanging out back here watching football and acting stupid. My idea of a good time is not going to a five-star restaurant in downtown Nashville and rubbing elbows with the who’s who of Nashville, ’cause I just don’t care. That’s not fun for me. That gives me anxiety.”

Chris Janson says someone stole his most valued guitar over the holidays. He tweeted; ”Over the Holiday break, my custom @Fender guitar was stolen out of the car, after playing the Opry. If anyone sees or hears about it, please notify local PD and ME! Thanks, Y’all. And if by chance the thieves read this post, please know that I forgive, and will accept an apology and a return, with no repercussion.”

Hollywoodlife.com claims Gwen Stefani is allegedly hesitant about marrying Blake Shelton. A source tells the website; “Gwen is hesitant to get married again, but it’s something she deeply wants to do as does Blake when the time feels right. Gwen is afraid to get married because she was so hurt by the ending of her marriage to Gavin Rossdale. It was really hard for her. Gwen is proud of how far she has come and knows things would be different this time around, but she’s not quite there yet. Right now, she’s truly enjoying where things are at with Blake and feels no pressure to wed anytime soon and Blake isn’t going to push her, either.”

Dustin Lynch tells Billboard magazine how Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild got involved with his song ‘Love Me Or Leave Me Alone.’ “Every now and then when we were on tour with Luke Bryan, we’d get on Luke’s bus and play each other new demos that we were liking, and when I played the song, Karen said ‘Play that again.’ Then, she said ‘I would love to be a part of that song.’ I was talking about doing some sort of a duet on it, and she said she not only wanted to be a part of the song, but she was going to kill me if I didn’t let her be a part of the song.”

Dierks Bentley tells The Sun Chronicle that he always has an open mind when he’s making new music. “I’ve always been a seeker. It’s who I am. I’m seeking something out and opening my heart and my mind to whatever is out there, to what’s going to hit me.”

Thomas Rhett tells People magazine that he doesn’t know what the word ‘adopted’ means when it comes to his daughter Willa. “The word ‘adopted’ doesn’t even make sense in my head anymore really. I know that it happened and I remember it very vividly, but it kind of feels like she has just always been here. Even though Willa Gray comes from a whole different part of the world, she’s ours and it feels like she never wasn’t.”