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Maren Morris Rejections In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Pop Culture Country claims Tyler Hubbard’s wife, Hayley, recently ripped a fellow airline passenger with the following post; “Grumpypants in front of us asked us to ‘control our toddler’s noise level’ because she was happily talking and giggling on an afternoon flight. I just can’t … I feel sorry for them.”

Maren Morris tells Bravo that she was rejected from American Idol, The Voice and America’s Got Talent. “I was rejected from America’s Got Talent. There were a ton that I didn’t make it to. Thank God! Now people cover my songs for their auditions on those shows, so it’s like, not only is it really nice to have my song on a national television show, I get to collect the check and have some sweet revenge.”

The Daily Mail and US Weekly Magazine claim Gwen Stefani is allegedly trying to get her marriage to Gavin Rossdale annulled so she can marry Blake Shelton in a church. A source tells the news outlets, “She wants the annulment so she can marry Blake and have it be recognized by the church. Gwen’s religion has always been extremely important to her, and Blake is completely supportive of this.”

Jordan Davis tells People magazine that he was starstruck when he met Garth Brooks. “The cool thing about Garth is you meet him and five seconds in you think he’s your best friend. He’s a really, really good dude.”

Tim McGraw recently posted a picture of himself holding a giant Hogfish. The caption read …

Personal best!

Hogfish!!

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Riley Green tells Digital Journal that songwriting used to be a hobby for him.“Early on, songwriting was more of a hobby for me. Then, I started writing songs when I was 18 years old, and then when I got to college, I wrote songs about chasing girls around and staying out all night drinking. Now, it is a lot more about writing for my fans and what they relate to and what resonates with them.”