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Garth May Sing At Pratt’s Wedding In Today’s Nashville Roundup

The National Enquirer claims Garth Brooks may sing at Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger’s wedding. A source tells the magazine, “Garth loves Chris and is happy to sing as his wedding gift to him and his bride. The two will tie the knot in a winter wedding, and although few details have been finalized, they know they’ll have the best singer ever!”

Old Dominion star Matthew Ramsey tells Billboard magazine that he recently took an Uber and got picked up in a Tesla. “I had a guy show up in a Tesla when I Ubered to the airport one morning from my house. It was pretty sweet. This guy was very proud of it, and it was also, like, 5 in the morning…I didn’t really feel like talking to him that much, but he told me all about this Tesla.”

Kelsea Ballerini tells the Hollywood Reporter that she still gets nervous when she performs. “I’ve gotten used to my normal set on tour, but when it’s special things, like singing on stage with someone or an awards show, I get painfully nervous to the point where I don’t quite remember the performance.”

Scotty McCreery tells Pop Culture Country that he has begun planning his first wedding anniversary. “We don’t plan too far in advance, but we might have a little spa day and relax and just kind of hang out. I think she’d like that. I’d like that.”

Michael Ray tells Billboard magazine how ‘One That Got Away’ happened. “When we recorded the song. I felt it was really in the realm of a feel-good groove, kind of like ‘Kiss You In The Morning.’ I haven’t had a song like that yet. When you hear it, it’s one that makes you think you’ve heard it before. The melody stays with you. Anytime you listen to it, it just kind of takes you away which is what I want my music to do.”

Luke Combs tells Entertainment Focus that he has a unique way of writing songs. “It’s a little bit sporadic, for sure. I go through phases where I write a bunch of stuff for a couple of weeks and then I don’t write anything for a couple of months. Me and my band leader were talking this morning about prioritizing things. You can really only have so many things on your plate and you have to distribute your time based on how much time things take.”