Miranda Lambert and Anderson East Added 3 New Cuties to Their Brood and Some of You Will Hate Their Names
It also seems she's given up naming rights to Anderson.
Two of her three new editions have a different theme going on and Anderson is to blame. Hailing from Alabama, Anderson took his love for the Alabama Crimson Tide football program and named two of their new farm cats after two coaching legends-- Nick Saban and Bear Bryant. Miranda named the other one Bobbi McGee (thankfully).
It is unusual for anyone to know what will happen on "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette." Everyone signs non-disclosure agreements, leaving gossip magazines and websites to speculate and predict who will win and whether the couple will get engaged or not. Rachel Lindsay is breaking protocol.
Trisha Yearwood Went on "Today" to Promote Her Cookware and Wouldn't Do It Out of Respect for Manchester Attack Victims
Just days after Trisha Yearwood led 20,000 people in the National Anthem before the Nashville Predators' playoff game, she took to "Today" as a scheduled guest to discuss new happenings with her cookware, but wouldn't do it out of respect for the Manchester attack victims after the Ariana Grande concert.
I will say-- if you would've asked me in 2002, who would end up a big-time mogul and consistently creating between Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson and Mandy Moore, I'm not sure I would've said Jessica Simpson.
Just days after releasing a supposed diss track aimed at Taylor Swift, Katy Perry's episode of "Carpool Karaoke" with James Corden aired. And that's only weird because she finally answered questions about Taylor and even said "Bad Blood" was written about her.
Daddy may be on his way to the Stanley Cup Finals, but he still takes time for the little things.
Miley Cyrus' new single, "Malibu" features pedal steel and a happier, healthier Miley at the reins.
Because all good trends come back around, this summer's hottest accessory is a basic flotation device that actually serves as storage and we can't get enough.
It was a family affair for Jason Aldean and wife Brittany as they found out the gender of their new addition.
I have only seen one season of "The Bachelor," which, in my opinion, is enough. I both hated the show and looked forward to watching it the next week, if only to yell at Ben Higgins for telling two women he loved them. I mean, c'mon dude, you broke the prime directive!
I have not nor will subject myself to "The Bachelorette." The last thing I need is to watch thirty bros strut around like peacocks trying to outshine one another. I saw enough of that in high school. But man, that drama is so good. I can feel it drawing me back in.