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Brett Eldredge's Video With Sadie Robertson for "The Long Way" is Finally Here

Once you get past the age difference, Brett Eldredge and Sadie Robertson seem to make quite the couple in the new video for Brett's "The Long Way." Brett shared that the up-and-coming reality TV star turned motivational speaker and actress would be his love interest in a cute Instagram post a few weeks ago. He said it was gonna be "magic" and he isn't that far off.


The tune is all about digging into someone's past and where they came from to learn more about who they are now. Brett is a hopeless romantic, so the song isn't about anyone specific, which makes it even more timeless.

Brett and Sadie take a lap around town and a farm hand-in-hand, as he serenades her throughout the video, via the long way.

Brett did not meet anyone from "Duck Dynasty."



"The Long Way" is the second single off Brett's third album, which is self-titled.

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Reese Witherspoon Shared That She Was Assaulted By a Director at Age 16

After a week or so of devastating sexual misconduct allegations against Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein, actresses across the globe have been speaking out and sharing their own stories of abuse and misconduct.

During the Elle Women in Hollywood event sponsored by Calvin Klein and L'Oréal Paris, Reese Witherspoon joined the long list of females sharing their stories.

Witherspoon shared, "This has been a really hard week for women in Hollywood, for women all over the world, and a lot of situations and a lot of industries are forced to remember and relive a lot of ugly truth. I have my own experiences that have come back to me very vividly and I find it really hard to sleep, hard to think, hard to communicate a lot of the feelings that I've been having about anxiety, honest, the guilt for not speaking up earlier.

[I feel] true disgust at the director who assaulted me when I was 16-years-old and anger at the agents and the producers who made me feel that silence was a condition of my employment."

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If This Video Doesn't Get You Excited About the 51st Annual CMA Awards, Nothing Will


I know I'm not the only person that treats the CMA Awards like Christmas morning, right? Right. The 51st Annual CMA Awards will be hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood and broadcast live from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Wednesday, Nov. 8 (8:00-11:00 PM/ET) on the ABC Television Network and it's time to start getting excited.

To get you pumped up, the CMA recently released a new Heart of Country video featuring Keith Urban, Garth Brooks and Kelsea Ballerini discussing how country music moves through them. And with the opening guitar chords of Brooks' "Thunder Rolls" playing in the background-- you'll probably watch on repeat.


Urban and Brooks are both up for CMA Entertainer of the Year, with Underwood and Ballerini vying for Female Vocalist of the Year.

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Nikki Bella Has Best Night as 'Aunt Coco' During "Dancing With the Stars"

ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" is all about synergy-- within the Disney/ABC family, that is. Dancing to the Benjamin Bratt sung tune, "Remember Me" from the soon-to-be-released Disney/Pixar movie, "Coco," Nikki Bella had her best night (so far) on the dance floor and looked more at home than ever.

It seemed like each of the other dancers had a little more fun on Disney Night, than say-- that sad, sad most memorable year night, but none more than Bella. Growing up, Bella's dad managed a mariachi band, her family is of Mexican descent and her partner Artem Chigvintsev worked some traditional Mexican folk dance into the choreography and most importantly-- "All my nieces and nephews call me 'Coco.' That's what's makes dancing to 'Coco' so much better. It's like a perfect match," she told the judges.

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Montgomery Gentry Releases Lyric Video for "Better Man"

It's been over a month since Montgomery Gentry's Troy Gentry lost his life in a helicopter crash. The band and their team have released the new lyric video for the very powerful current single, "Better Man."

The video features the lyrics of the song laid over pictures of Troy over the years.

"I'm getting older / finding myself and God gettin' a little bit closer ...and sober / I'm a little less reckless / a little less wild card, breaking hearts, kinda senseless / yeah, I'm coming round.

"I might cuss and fight / tell a few lies / break a few rules, makin' promises I can't keep / but I've turned the page on wilder days / I'm writing all this down, hopin' you'll see / I ain't saying I'm perfect, but I'm workin, ...on a better me," Troy sings to kick off the song. .

Prior to the passing of Troy, Montgomery Gentry was putting the finishing touches on their next album. The duo was set to release their new single, "Better Me," in preparation for the new project. However, with the passing of Troy, they felt it fitting to release the new song, where Troy takes lead on vocals, the day of his service.

On the band's website, Eddie posted a note regarding the death of his friend.

"Hey everybody, this is Eddie. I want to thank everyone for their support and prayers. Our world was turned upside down in an instant and nothing could have prepared us for this. Over the past few months me and T-Roy have been working on what I think is the best record of our career. In the last few weeks we had been talking about what our first single would be. Then on September none of that mattered.

"'Better me' is a song we all loved and Troy sings his ass off on it. It speaks volumes about his life and who he had become and everyone he touched and how much he loved his family. I am so proud of this song and also to call him my friend, my family, my brother for 30 years."

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[Watch] Garth Brooks Got the Ultimate Gift From Oklahoma State's Marching Band-- An Entire Halftime Show Dedicated to His Biggest Hits

As long as you've loved and adored Garth Brooks the folks in Stillwater, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University have loved him just a little bit longer. Before becoming the highest-selling solo act of all-time, Brooks was a student at OSU on a track scholarship playing music on the side. He graduated from OSU in 1984 with a degree in Advertising. In 2009 Brooks was inducted into the OSU Hall of Fame with another famous-footed Cowboy, Barry Sanders.

Recently, as a part of OSU's Homecoming festivities the Cowboy Marching Band performed 5 minutes of Brooks' hits including, "Rodeo," "Papa Loved Mama," and "Friends in Low Places."

Throughout the performance the band spelled out "rodeo," formed a bronco and a pair of cowboy boots before spelling out "Garth Brooks."

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How To Make Your Dirty White Shoes Look Brand New

The internet is a seedy place inhabited by hordes of toxic trolls but it also is full of helpful tips and tricks that promise to make your life better. Some of it just looks nice but fails to actually help you (lookin' at you, Pinterest). But amidst all the negative and unhelpful junk, there are a few gems – legitimately genius tricks that are absolute game changers. This is one of those game changers, restoring your beat up sneakers into the pearly whites they once were.

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[Listen] One Country Podcast: Las Vegas, Jason Aldean, And A Way Forward

We talk about what it was like inside the country music industry in the ten days since the Las Vegas shooting. Then, Drew went to Jason Aldean's first show back and was surprised by what he found.

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Chip and Joanna Share Their Next Big Plans, Chip Kisses Matt Lauer On "Today"

In one of their first televised interviews since announcing their final season of "Fixer Upper," Chip and Joanna Gaines addressed everything from the rumors on why they're leaving the show to what their next steps are as one of TV's favorite couples.

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