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Thomas Rhett Stylin’ At The AMA’s In Today’s Nashville Roundup claims Gwen Stefani is in no rush to marry Blake Shelton. A source tells the website; “Gwen is in no rush to tie the knot with Blake. They are thrilled and are just enjoying their time together. While Gwen might love a big wedding, she doesn’t need one right away. Both Blake and Gwen have done that and are in no rush to do it all again after both having gone through painful divorces. Plus, she is very confident in her relationship. She loves Blake and knows he is ‘the one.’ But she doesn’t want to be rushed or pressure him into anything. They are delighted with where things stand now and will get married when they feel it’s best for both of them.”

Maren Morris tells Country Living magazine that her husband, Ryan Hurd, is a ‘dork.’ “I think that’s why I gravitated towards him in the beginning, because he’s such a dork and he makes me laugh and is, obviously, very good looking!”

Luke Combs tells ABC that he’s had many odd jobs in his life. “I worked at like a go-kart place. I worked at U-Haul. I worked at Home Depot. I always tell people I had everything I needed, but not everything I wanted.”

Entertainment Tonight claims Thomas Rhett wore a custom teal suit to last night’s American Music Awards. The inside of his sportcoat had a caricature of his entire family.

Michael Ray recently dropped Carly Pearce off at the Nashville Airport so she could fly to Buffalo for a concert. He then surprised her by taking the next flight out and watching her show. She Instagrammed; “Dropped me off at the airport this morning and I said ‘ugh I wish you could come with me to my show’ … 4 hours later and he shows up after booking the next flight out of Nashville. Michael, you’ve turned my world upside down & shown me what it means to be in love.”

Dierks Bentley tells the Press-Enterprise that touring is his favorite thing in the world to do. ”When I walk on stage, it’s the most peaceful moment. I’m yelling, screaming and diving off the stage, but I’m also super present. It has a Zen moment to it. I get paid to travel, I get up there and I play for free. It’s pure fun and what a great feeling.”