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Morgan Evans Helps Man Propose Plus Maren Morris And Luke Bryan In Today’s Nashville Insider

One Country claims Morgan Evans was recently performing in Nashville when he brought a couple on stage so the man could propose to his girlfriend. The man got down on one knee and popped the question before his girlfriend accepted. Morgan told fans; “I feel like I’m on the finale of “The Bachelorette.”

Dierks Bentley tells the E! News Network that he has had a crush on his wife Cassidy ever since 8th grade. “We met in eighth grade, back in Arizona. It’s a pretty crazy story of just going back and forth with the right time or the wrong time, or right place, wrong time, all that stuff. Finally, I was playing a show in Las Vegas, and opening for George Strait, and she walked on the bus. I kind of knew that that was the moment.”

Luke Bryan tells People magazine that he never takes a day for granted because of the family members he has lost in life. “I have a really clear idea of ‘Don’t take a second for granted. You think about it every day. I mean, I don’t go a day where I don’t think about ‘What if my brother and sister were here?’ But you just have to understand, that wasn’t the plan. I’m a pretty happy person. The loss we’ve dealt with has given me an appreciation of how precious and fragile life is. And yeah, I carry that mentality into my performances, and even into how I deal with people every day. When I meet people, I want them to leave going, ‘That guy doesn’t have a bad day.’”

Bebe Rexha says that she wants to record with other stars besides Florida Georgia Line. “I would love to collaborate with Destiny’s Child if they ever put out another album.”

Kelly Clarkson tells People magazine that she is careful when complimenting her children. “I try not to compliment our boys or our girls so much on aesthetics. If they look handsome or beautiful, obviously we’ll say that, but I’m really adamant about everyone around us always saying like ‘God, you’re clever. You’re smart. You’re witty, you’re funny, all the other things that make a character.”

Maren Morris tells Fox News that she doesn’t want to be confined to a single music genre. “I think that’s the direction that music is turning now, it’s very genre-less, it’s boundless. And the thing is, people act like it’s just now happening, but I talk to people like Emmylou Harris and Vince Gill, who have all done crossover songs with people and the genre-blurred. So you know, it’s so cool to see people like Chris Stapleton and Florida Georgia Line and me be a part of the pop chart and if a good song is a good song who cares what genre it is?”