Hollywoodlife.com claims Gwen Stefani appreciates Blake Shelton helping her raise her sons. A source tells the website, “Gwen and Gavin have had a challenging time co-parenting. They don’t see eye to eye on several things. Blake has been so helpful with the kids and truly cares for them and is always there with an ear to listen and support Gwen as she deals with Gavin and issues that arise from co-parenting. Gwen and Gavin really don’t speak that much unless they need to. No matter what though, they always put their kids first, they just don’t agree on most things, but what exes do?”
Morgan Wallen tells Billboard magazine that people make fun of the way he talks.“A lot of people say I talk like a ‘country gangster’ almost. I don’t know how that’s possible or how that happens, but some people say that. I guess we’ll go with that.”
Maren Morris tells Esquire magazine that having children isn’t a priority. “Talking about the possibility of having kids, I would like our minds to be as doctored up before we bring another person into the world.”
Kelly Clarkson sang the National Anthem before the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. She was walking the race’s red carpet when she tripped in her high heels and caught herself from falling. Kelly Tweeted, ”best part of my day is always revealing to people that might not know how utterly not cool I am. That damn crack was hidden by the carpet man!”
Kane Brown tells Songwriters Universe that he loves working with Chris Young and Lauren Alaina. “It was fun…Chris is a great guy. He’s one of my role models. We’re going on tour with him, and we were on tour with him in 2017 with Jason Aldean. We’ve had him around a lot…he loves to write with me. Hopefully, we’ll get some more writes in…we usually write pretty fast. It’s awesome to have his voice on ‘Setting the Night on Fire,’ just like it’s awesome having Lauren on ‘What Ifs. I’ve got two of the best voices in Nashville on one album.”
Thomas Rhett tells Rolling Stone Country that he was a rocker growing up.“Growing up, as much as country was a big influence in my life, the Rolling Stones and the Beatles and Led Zeppelin were such a close second. My first concert ever was the Rolling Stones in Denver. I snuck a camera backstage and filmed Mick Jagger during sound-check. To record an album and stick to one specific style isn’t really my thing.”
Ace Showbiz claims Jason Aldean was recently performing in Oklahoma when he brought his 17-month-old son, Memphis, out on stage. Memphis ran to his mother after Jason told him it was past his bedtime.