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Justin Moore’s Inspiration In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Dolly Parton tells Entertainment Tonight that she originally wanted Miley Cyrus to play Jolene in the new Netflix series based on her song. The role went to Julianne Hough. Dolly says, “Years back when I used to think of Jolene, you know, before Julianne came on, I used to think… ‘I’d love Miley.’ She would have been great at that as well. But Miley was doing other things. We wanted it (character) to be someone that kind of was described in the song, with auburn hair, ivory skin, the emerald green eyes, which she had all of that. All she had to do was put on this beautiful red hair and she was the most beautiful Jolene you could ever, ever get. She’s such a great little actress. She’s just got such a great spirit and she’s a great singer.

Jon Pardi tells People magazine that he wants to take over the world. “I think I have a really good work ethic. I have all kinds of goals. I’m happy. It’s good. Sometimes it’s hard to be patient in this industry but you just gotta keep working. I want to take over the world.”

Justin Moore tells People magazine that Thomas Rhett has inspired him to be a better country artist. “I’m inspired. He’s a hardworking guy, and it’s great to be around that energy. You can’t help but create around that guy. My goal is to do what he’s achieved this year, to headline spaces like the Garden.”

Sounds Like Nashville claims this year’s CMA Awards will feature several collaborations including …

Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton

Kacey Musgraves and Willie Nelson

Lady Antebellum and pop star Halsey

The awards show will air on Wednesday, November 13th on ABC

Cole Swindell tells The Chicago Tribune that he instantly fell in love with Nashville. “Everybody I met was cool. Everybody said, ‘Welcome to Nashville’ and bought you a beer. [My hometown of] Bronwood, Georgia is not a big city, and Nashville had that small-town feel, off the bat. There was a bed in the room I moved into. All I had was my luggage. I didn’t have any furniture. I remember just listening to music and wondering if I was ever going to be able to write songs like these.”

Brantley Gilbert tells CMT that he still runs to his parents for advice. “Don’t get me wrong. There’s always situations where when it gets bigger than me, it’s time to go talk to mama and daddy and God, but for the most part, I feel like I’m at the age now where I’ve learned enough to where I can handle situations. And maybe even be the anchor in certain situations more often than not.”