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Kelsea Ballerini Talks About Awards Shows In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Trisha Yearwood tells Entertainment Tonight that she cried when Garth Brooks dedicated his new song ”Stronger Than Me” to her at the CMA Awards. ”It didn’t fall and go all the way down my chin and down to my shirt until the end, but it was beautiful. I’m going to make him sing it to me again at home, so I could cry very ugly. ‘Cause I was like, ‘Keep it together, keep it together,’ but it was fabulous.”

Old Dominion lead singer Matthew Ramsey tells Billboard magazine that Little Big Town was the first group to congratulate them on winning Vocal Group of the Year at the CMA Awards. Their win snapped LBT’s six-year winning streak for Vocal Group of the Year. “They’re the first people to congratulate us and they’re so supportive of what we do. They even sang on our album, so we would never rub anything in their face!”

Kelsea Ballerini tells the E! News Network that she knew she was not going to win at the CMA Awards on Wednesday. “I’m really practical with award shows. I really am, and it’s not my year, which is great. It’s great to know that going into it. Then you don’t have to worry about, like, having like a weird face or like—I know I’m not winning this year.”

Luke Bryan jokingly tells Entertainment Tonight that he hasn’t given Blake Shelton his new phone number. “I don’t wanna talk about him anymore. I don’t feel like I need to boost Blake’s career with my time on TV. I’ve been texting him, we’ve been trying to work out some funny stuff… and I had changed my number, and he spent two months texting my old number. So whoever’s got my old number, it was Blake Shelton. If there were misspelled words, and bad vernacular and grammar problems, [it was] definitely Blake.”

Luke Bryan jokingly tells People magazine that he has a strict morning routine.“Just, every morning, I eat my Frosted Flakes and I stare at my awards!”

Jimmie Allen tells Billboard magazine that his son inspired him to write ‘Best Shot.’ We wanted to write a song about taking each day as an opportunity to be better for a person you have in your life. I have a four-year-old son, so for me, every day is an opportunity to be a better dad. I have siblings that look up to me, so the fear of them giving up on their dream because I gave up on mine is what kept me going for so many years.”