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Carrie Underwood tells Entertainment Tonight that she is open to appearing on American Idol.  “As long as they don’t judge me. I’m down if nobody critiques anything.”

Rolling Stone magazine says Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Elle King, Caylee Hammock, and Tennille Towns have recorded a cover of the 1975 Elvin Bishop song ”Fooled Around And Fell In Love”

Matt Stell tells Entertainment Focus that he almost chose basketball over the music. “I was playing basketball in college. I graduated and my eligibility was up, and my chances of playing professional basketball were slim especially since I was just really tired of it. The being done with basketball part was really just me graduating.”

Russell Dickerson tells People magazine that his favorite person to work with is his wife Kailey. “I love working with my wife because she understands me more than anyone else. She has impeccable vision and direction for everything we do.”

Keith Urban is going to appear on Jay Leno’s CNBC show ”Jay Leno’s Garage” on Wednesday at 10 p.m. Eastern.

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have no plans to marry at the moment. A source tells Entertainment Tonight, “Gwen and Blake have come so far and are happier than they have ever been. Blake talks about Gwen nonstop. Just this week his friends were talking about how he glows when he refers to her. He gushes about her a lot and it’s really sweet. They have talked a lot about marriage, but have decided that life has been so great that they don’t want to rock the boat yet. They are so incredibly in love and have supported each other through tough times. They truly are best friends and have made their lives work together despite their very busy schedules. They both came from difficult situations and marriages that didn’t last. They have worked hard to get past that and so appreciate what they have with one another. they feel as if they are soul mates and don’t need a ring and a wedding at the moment.”

Billboard magazine claims Kid Rock paid tribute to the late Eddie Money on Friday by covering his song “Shakin'” during a concert in Detroit. Kid told fans, “I’m sure you heard that Eddie Money passed away today. And not only was Detroit like a second home, but I’m also sure many of you know that Pine Knob was absolutely his house. He opened this place every summer for decades. So we wanted to come sing one tonight and pay tribute to him. So rock on Eddie. Put one hand in the air for Eddie Money. God bless you, Eddie. Rock on!”