The Star claims Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are allegedly pondering having children. A source tells the magazine, “She looks at her future with Blake and wonders if, over the long haul, he’ll be happy without ever having a child of his own. Gwen knows that at her age, having another baby just isn’t in the cards. Gwen could see the possibilities, but she just didn’t think she could put her body through IVF at her age, so the clock just ran out. She tried to get pregnant without a doctor’s help, but sadly, it just wasn’t happening for her. The window’s closed now, and that’s OK.”
Miranda Lambert tells NBC News that Dolly Parton gave her some great advice. “When I met Dolly Parton, the overall message was, ‘Keep going. You do you. Believe in what you believe in and don’t take no.’ That’s how I’ve always lived, but it was so nice to have someone like her reassure me of that.”
Old Dominion lead singer Matthew Ramsey tells Entertainment Focus that creating new music for their new album ‘Old Dominion’ was quite easy. “Most of the songs were actually pretty easy writes. We didn’t get stuck too much on them. There are two songs on the album that we wrote as a band together in the studio and recorded the same day that we wrote them. One of them was ‘Make It Sweet’ and one of them was a song called ‘Hear You Now,’ that we all wrote together and recorded as we were writing. So that was a unique experience for us.”
ABC says Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley is going to produce a new musical titled “May We All”. The show is about a country singer, who returns home after trying to launch their career in Nashville. Music by Shania Twain, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton, Loretta Lynn, Brooks and Dunn, and Johnny Cash will be featured during the show.
The NY Post says Carrie Underwood was spotted in New York checking out a $12 million townhouse. The six-bedroom home has white oak floors, a wood-burning fireplace, a 30-foot garden, a home theater, private terraces and views of New York City.
Thomas Rhett tells Us Weekly that he’s so glad he’s a father of two daughters.“I think before we had kids I always thought that I was meant to be the dad that had boys, but now that I’ve had girls, my heart has softened so much. I have never looked at anybody like I look at my girls. It is nuts.”