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Brett And Edgar Best Friends In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Maren Morris tells Women’s Health Magazine that she needed therapy after she and her husband, Ryan, watched Lady Gaga’s movie ”A Star is Born.” ”I had no idea what I was getting myself into. I had to go to therapy. Not the substance abuse part, but there were things that happened to [Ally] that happened to me. That movie rocked us both. We were like, ‘We can never end up like this. Cool?”’

Brett Eldredge tells Entertainment Focus that his best friend is his dog, Edgar.“He’s a good way to start my day and end my day every day. He just puts a smile on my face. It’s good to have a road dog with you all the time.”

The Miami Herald claims Hank Williams Jr is offering a $6,000 reward for his grandfather’s missing shotgun. He can’t locate the Remington 11 – 48 gun. Hank believes the gun is lost, and not stolen.

Pink was recently performing at Madison Square Garden when she brought Chris Stapleton out on stage to sing their new duet ”Love Me Anyway.”

Kelsea Ballerini tells Cosmopolitan Magazine that she freaks out when she hears her songs on the radio. “I still freak out when I hear my song on the radio. I have always been a little ambitious and a bit of a dreamer … but I don’t know if I ever thought it would actually happen.”

Lee Brice, who played college football as a lineman at Clemson, is glad he chose country music instead of football as a career. He tells CMT and SI.com: “Being from South Carolina, you’re either a Gamecock or a Clemson fan. So I was a Tiger. The first game I had ever been to — a college big game — was one I actually got to run down the hill at. It’s just what I love. But it was a job, man. High school football is one thing, but when you go to college, it turns into a different story.”

Morgan Wallen tells Rolling Stone magazine that he is a small town boy. “I know that I come from a place of small-town roots and of humble beginnings and I try to keep those things in my songs just stuff that I know people like me can relate to.”