Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher celebrated their 8th wedding anniversary yesterday. She Instagrammed; “Here’s to eight years, babe! Where does the time go?! I love you today more than yesterday…which was more than the day before…and so on and so forth. Here’s to many more years together!”
Hollywoodlife.com claims Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are temporarily putting off marriage. A source tells the website; “With Gwen’s Vegas residency and Blake’s constant touring and duties with ‘The Voice,’ there really isn’t any time to get married. And instead of getting engaged and waiting forever to get married they want to be in a spot where they can do both quick and the way they want to do it. Their careers just need a bit of a break before that happens and they aren’t interested in slowing down right now. So they just have to settle down to settle down.”
Billboard magazine claims Eric Church was recently performing in Ohio when he dedicated ”Amazing Grace” and “Sinners Like Me” to his late brother Brandon, who passed away on June 29th.
Sounds Like Nashville claims Jason Aldean and his wife, Brittany, are expecting their second child. They posted a picture of their son along with the caption; “Sup everybody……. guess who is gonna be a BIG brother!
Keith Urban tells Rolling Stone Country about his biggest concert blunder. “I had this idea that it would be really cool in a show to do a song completely in the dark in the arena. I thought I’ll do it at the piano. I’ll light all these candles and I’ll talk to the audience about how much you get overwhelmed with visual stimuli and all this stuff in concerts. And while I’m saying this, I’m starting to blow out a candle. It’s very dramatic, but I couldn’t see the piano keys! It was such a mess. And the roadie ran out. He’s got a flashlight over the keyboard and I couldn’t find the mic. We really should’ve rehearsed this. It was hysterical!”
People magazine claims Eli Young Band frontman Mike Eli and his wife, Kasey, are the proud parents of a new baby boy named Kash Eli. He was born in Dallas and weighed 6 lb, 7 oz.
Morgan Wallen tells Entertainment Focus that he grew up listening to everything, BUT country music. “I grew up mostly listening to classic rock and contemporary Christian music if you can believe that or not? Once I got to middle school age I really loved the whole Three Doors Down, Linkin Park and all that kind of thing that was going on.”