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Shania’s Writing For Celine In Today’s Nashville Roundup

Shania Twain tells Entertainment Tonight that she is writing a song for Celine Dion. “One of my dreams has always been that she would record one of my songs. So yeah, I’d love her to sing one of my songs. I’m going to write one for her! I love her, she’s extraordinary.”

Blake Shelton jokingly tells Entertainment Tonight that he doesn’t know why People Magazine named Idris Elba as their Sexiest Man Alive. ”Can I be honest? I feel like when I gave up my crown, sexy ended. It just ended in the world. So until I get it back, it doesn’t exist anymore. I’m sure this new guy is a nice guy. He’s a great guy. I mean, I don’t see it myself. I’m really the only person I’ve ever seen it with, but…”

Carrie Underwood tells CMT that she is thankful for her family this holiday season. “I am thankful for, definitely my family. I just have the best. The best kid in the world and another one on the way. I’m thankful that my busy season is about to slow down and I am going to get to really spend some time with them.”

Luke Combs tells Billboard magazine that he loves getting socks for Christmas.“The coolest Christmas present I’ve ever received is probably socks. My grandma always gets me socks every year and that’s something that I’ve probably never bought for myself. If Christmas wasn’t around and my grandma didn’t get my socks, I wouldn’t own any, probably. I’m looking forward to getting a whole mess of socks from my grandma this year.”

Kane Brown tells The Tennessean that he knew he wanted to pursue his music career after attending a Chris Young and Brad Paisley concert. “When Chris Young came out, I was a little fangirl. Just seeing him up on stage and seeing Brad Paisley come out with his light show and his lasers, it was just like, ‘Dude, I want to do this.’ I just started running with it.”

Maren Morris tells Rolling Stone magazine that she performed at a Texas bar when she was only 10 years old. “In Texas, it’s legal for a kid to be in a bar with your parents. You can also drink – not that I ever did. A famous gunfight happened [at the White Elephant Saloon]. I would play for people while they looked at memorabilia. I would play three- or four-hour sets, which I cannot believe now. It was a Springsteen move.”

Kip Moore tells Rolling Stone magazine that he doesn’t like social media. “There are a few pros to social media, but, for the most part, it’s pretty destructive to the soul. People seek all their validation through it and end up craving other people’s lives. It’s caused everyone to chase fame for the sole purpose of being famous or infamous. Everyone wants a shortcut and will try to achieve that by whatever means necessary. It causes people to lose their minds.”