Pop Culture Country claims Thomas Rhett wished his daughter Willa Gray a happy 3rd birthday yesterday with the following message: “Happy birthday sweet baby girl! How in the world are you 3 already?!?! I need to pause life cause it’s just moving too fast. I love you more than anything in the world.”
Hollywoodlife.com claims Gwen Stefani is hoping Blake Shelton will propose. A source tells the website; “Gwen is head over heels in love with Blake, and as they approach their 3 year anniversary in November, there is only one thing she would change about their amazing, loving relationship. Gwen would still love to get married to Blake. She is hoping this anniversary or holiday season, Blake surprises her with a ring. While she is happy with the way things are, she also thinks about getting married all the time. She tries not to obsesses about it, wants to be surprised when he does propose, and prays it is only a matter of time before he asks.”
People magazine claims those around Carrie Underwood are hoping she has a baby girl. A source tells the magazine; “Everyone is super hoping for a girl and there’s a lot of speculation that it’s going to be a girl. They’re wondering if she’ll ‘accidentally’ announce the sex again at the CMA Awards.”
InTouch Weekly Magazine claims Miranda Lambert is allegedly still in possession of $12,000 worth of Evan Felker’s belongings. A source tells the magazine; “Miranda is ignoring Evan and not returning his items. In the stuff she has, probably valued around $12,000-15,000, is a guitar, western saddle which won’t work on the Clydesdales horses she has, clothes, and boots. Miranda has his belongings and has yet to send them back.”
Country Fancast claims Kane Brown recently treated himself to a new truck. The black truck has a custom lift, custom tires, custom rims, and tinted windows.
Female First claims Kelsea Ballerini will perform during the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Holiday Special on December 2nd in New York City. The show will air on ABC.
Jimmie Allen tells Rolling Stone magazine that he didn’t fit when he moved to Nashville. “When I came to Nashville back in 2007, I was too country for pop and I was too pop for the country. I was kind of just sitting. I didn’t know what to do really.”