Billboard magazine claims Dan + Shay crashed a wedding on Saturday at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. They performed an acoustic version of “Speechless” at Morgan Tilton and John Glennon’s wedding reception.
Shay joked, “I’ve crashed a lot of weddings. Never actually been invited to crash one before, so this is really cool. They usually kick us out of these things.”
Country Music Tattle Tale claims Michael Ray will perform “One That Got Away” on ” Live with Kelly and Ryan” tomorrow
Kelsea Ballerini tells Teen Vogue magazine that she used social media to fangirl over Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift. “I just remember as a fan how much I looked up to and studied everything Miley Cyrus did and Taylor Swift did. I remember being so open to everything they did and wanting to be like and wanting to do the same things. So I want to be authentic for any girl that might be following me and thinking that same thing. Sometimes that is a fun and glittery and a beautiful moment I want to share. And sometimes it’s not because that’s life. I always want to have both of those things.”
Brett Young tells Songwriters Universe that he still remembers the first song he ever wrote. “Unfortunately, I do. The first song that I ever wrote was called ‘Define Me.’ I don’t say unfortunately because I’m not proud of the song. I say unfortunately because it feels like forever ago. It’s one of those songs that in a very cool way I still get requested by fans.”
Hollywoodlife.com claims Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani don’t care about all of the media coverage Miranda Lambert’s wedding continues to receive. A source tells the website; “Blake and Gwen really don’t care either way about Miranda’s marriage. It was much easier for Blake to move on than Miranda. It took her a very, very long time to really get over Blake, and it hurt so badly to see Blake move on quickly with Gwen, but she’s very happy now.”
Jake Owen tells the OK magazine that he doesn’t watch television. “I never rest. I’m always going. I can’t stay down for very long. I don’t watch TV. It seems like if I’m not out playing music, I’m usually at home trying to make it. I’m one of those people that is always going.”