You might think you've got it all figured out. Your hair is on point, your makeup fabulous, your job fantastic. Unfortunately for you, life is so complicated that you can even use bobby pins incorrectly. So wipe that smirk off your face and check out these 8 bobby pins mistakes you're totally making. How many are you making?
Brittany and Jason Aldean are all set to welcome baby boy Memphis any day now and the couple recently shared a few maternity pics for the world to collectively say, "aww" over. Also, we love seeing Jason without his cowboy hat on. Is that weird?
Memphis Aldine Williams is expected to make his debut in December and judging by how much his mom and dad love each other, he's going to be covered in love the second he arrives. He's also got a pretty cool room to come home to, too.
A few weeks ago, Jason shared how the couple came up with the unique name, "I've kinda been infatuated with Elvis since I was a kid, just always watching documentaries and stuff on him. It had a little bit to do with that and, honestly, I just wanted him to have something that wasn't very common. I'm sure he's gonna meet people with the name Memphis—he won't be the only one, but, you know, at least I think it's unique enough where . . . it won't be like Michael or John or, you know, Jason. And that was kinda what we were going for."
Just look at these photos!
Tim McGraw Scared The Daylights Out of Faith Hill When She Was Eight Months Pregnant and She Punched Him
It's release day for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. The award-winning couple is making the rounds in New York to promote their first-ever duets album, "The Rest of Our Life."
While at the "Today" show, Tim and Faith performed a few songs during the concert series, including "Telluride," and the album's title track. They also sat down with Hoda Kotb and guest-host Ryan Eggold to discuss life on the road and their upcoming Showtime special, "Tim & Faith: Soul2Soul," which airs tonight (Nov. 17).
Ryan asked the couple if any pranks occurred between them when out on the road. Faith had a story of a prank, but it occurred at home, not on the road.
"I do not like scary moves at all," Faith said. "We watch scary movies sometimes because our girls want to, and he scares me in the house.
"I like to hide in the hallways," Tim says.
"It is beyond, more than evil. When I was pregnant with Gracie our first daughter," Faith continued.
Tim, who knew which story she was going to tell interjected saying, "This almost made the marriage end."
"You were almost dead," Faith assured him. "He hid underneath the bed and I went to get into the bed and he grabbed my ankles. I was eight months pregnant. I should've just gone like bam and let it all go. That was too much."
"She hit me," Tim responded. "She punched me. She's got a good right hook too, I'll tell ya."
Deservedly so Tim, deservedly so.
You can hear Faith's scare story at the 2:30 mark in the video.
Christmas music celebrates the classics: great singers, tried and true melodies, and fond memories of familial tradition. On eof the classic duets of the season is "Baby It's Cold Outside", and when it's sung by established artists like Lee Ann Womack and Willie Nelson, everything about the season seems merry and bright.
Fresh off the announcement that "Nashville" will return to CMT with season 6 on January 4th, the network is announcing that the one-hour drama will end after this upcoming season.
This last week in country music was different than most-- artists shared their opinions on subjects not often discussed. Anderson East and Miranda Lambert spoke out against lip-syncing (Garth Brooks) and Keith Urban used his voice and platform to speak out for women.
Luke Bryan is "happy" for his buddy Blake Shelton, after he was named People's Sexiest Man Alive. Kind of. Mostly, he feels bad that he may have started the online roasting of Blake and he also loves that Blake is a different kind of sexy.
Luke and his fellow "American Idol" judges caught up with "Access Hollywood" to discuss Blake's sexiness and the interview went off the rails pretty quickly.
"I hear my phone go off and I look over and it's from Blake and it just says, 'sexy' on it. And he's doing that to everyone," Luke shared.
As individual artists, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have enough accolades to fill several rooms. Even two of their collaborative singles won them GRAMMYs together in 2000 for "It's Your Love" and in 2006 for "Like We Never Loved At All."
Now, after 21 years of marriage, three kids and a return to the stage together, the superstars have finally released a full album of duets. The Rest of Our Life features 11 songs with Tim and Faith both getting top billing.
This spring, the album's first single, "Speak To A Girl," started off strong, but didn't have a real lasting impact. In recent weeks, the title track, "The Rest Of Our Life" has garnered much critical and fan praise.
We are still two weeks away from the release of Chris Stapleton's highly anticipated From A Room: Volume 2, but that doesn't mean he is waiting to release the music. Stapleton has already released two songs, "Millionaire" and "Scarecrow In The Garden," and now has released a third: the whiskey soaked and mournful "Trying To Untangle My Mind."
Typically, the person who gets broken up with feels blindsided in the wake of a failed relationship. The person who does the breaking up is in control, knows what they want, and is able to move on easily. But that isn't the case in Walker Hayes' poppy break-up song "You Broke Up With Me."