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Carrie And Mike’s First Kiss In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Carrie Underwood tells Glamour magazine that she made the first move on her husband, Mike Fisher. “Our first kiss was when the ball dropped in 2008. We were in front of people, and he’s not a big PDA guy. I figured I’ll go in for it because he can’t leave me hanging, right? So I made him kiss me in public.”

Keith Urban tells ABC News that he loves being a dad. “I just love being a parent. It’s an incredible feeling. And having girls, I love having girls. You know, I come from a family with no sisters, one brother. So, it’s been quite the learning curve, in a really good way.”

Chris Lane tells Sound Exchange that Britney Spears once brought him on stage in Las Vegas with a leash. “I’ve always been a Britney fan and I had a chance to meet her before the show that night. She asked me if I could dance and kind of left it at that. I had no clue what I was getting into. If you watch the video close enough, you can see that I can’t stop laughing through the whole thing!”

Cole Swindell tells Draft magazine that he is better at sticking to his gym routine when he is on tour. “I’m better about going when I’m on the road than when I’m home. You can have some beers the night before, but you still gotta get up to the gym in the morning. I see my buddies [in the band] going and I’m like ‘OK, I guess I’m going too.’ I do some lifting, but a lot of it’s cardio, trying to get my breathing right to put on a high-energy show. You’re running around these big stages and you can’t sing if you can’t breathe.”

Dierks Bentley tells The Daily Herald that he always learns something new on tour. “I feel like I’m always a student of songwriting, a student of recording, and hopefully I’m able to continue to be a better songwriter. I feel like with my live shows, every night, I learn something new about the stage and what I do up there and how to engage the audience more and how to dive deeper into the show. And just balancing the road with family and how to make that work, that’s a never-ending challenge that I feel like I’m getting better at, but it’s always a learning process for sure.”

Justin Moore tells Southern Living magazine that his father gave him the best advice of his life. “My dad specifically told me when I was probably 12 years old that I could do anything or be anything that I wanted to do or be. As I apply it to my own life I would have to say that that would be the best advice because I’ve proven to myself that what they told me has been proven true.”