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Miranda’s New Puppies In Today’s Nashville Roundup

The Tennessean claims Jimmie Allen, Jordan Davis, and Morgan Wallen will perform at the CMT Awards on June 5th.

Fox News claims Miranda Lambert recently found two puppies on her farm. Smoke and Lambert wandered onto her property by accident. She hopes to find them new homes during the CMA Fest.

Brett Eldredge tells MCALL magazine that he cries during his concerts. “I really do take pride in being very open and honest with my fans and being very connected, whether it be on stage, on social media, or writing my songs. I think that listening to your audience and the people that care about you and having that deep emotional connection. I’ve cried on stage a couple of times while in concert.”

Closer Weekly Magazine claims Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s weekends revolve around church and being in the country. A source tells the magazine, “When they’re in L.A., they go to church on the weekends with the kids or to Orange County to see Gwen’s parents. Blake loves getting dirty with the boys. They’re always playing basketball or running around. They love it there because it’s just the five of them out on the land, hunting or hiking.”

Thomas Rhett says his new album, Center Point Road, is named after a street he grew up on. “Dad moved us to Nashville in 1995 when he signed his record deal. I lived on Center Point Road from the time I was about six until I was about 21. That was a big chunk of my life that I made neighborhood friends, started playing sports, started dating girls. There were a lot of things that happened for the first time there. It’s really cool to dive back into your 13- or 15-year-old self and try to derive song ideas from that.”

Center Point Road is out today.

Cody Johnson tells The Atlanta Business Chronicle that he loves a good rodeo.“We constantly play rodeos. I get to gear up a little bit, but not as much as I’d like. It’s hard to do anything whenever you have a schedule like mine, but one thing’s for sure: my association with the world of cowboys will always be there. That’s something that influenced me that will never go away. It’s just one of those things that once it’s in your blood, you can’t get rid of it.”