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Caution: Listening to Garth Brooks Sing "Unanswered Prayers," Will Bring Unanswered Tears

Garth Brooks is an emotional guy that puts those emotions into every performance and every song he sings.

Most recently, Garth visited "The View," and since it's the Holiday season, he decided to play his hit from 1991, "Unanswered Prayers." It was just him, his guitar and a flood of emotions.

Even the hosts were holding tears back.

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This Video of Holiday Traffic in LA is Making Everyone Crazy

A few Thanksgivings ago I lucked out and convinced my family to come to me. Therefore, I only have to endure my commute home as far as Thanksgiving traffic goes. That is not the case for Los Angeles area residents this Holiday season.

A helicopter video captured by ABC News at least half of the country on this one highway in LA. Another video from CNN leads me to believe it's every single United States resident licensed to operate a motor vehicle might actually be on the road.

According to ABC News, "50.9 million Americans are expected to travel over this year's Thanksgiving holiday according to the American Automobile Association. That's a 3.3 percent increase from 2016's Thanksgiving holiday travel of 48 million."



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Keith Urban Bestowed With Highest Waffle House Honor: Most-Played Song

Forget the GRAMMYs, the CMA Awards, and coming home to Nicole Kidman every night. Keith Urban's "Blue Ain't Your Color" was the most played song on jukeboxes at Waffle Houses nationwide over the last 12 months.

I don't want to mess this up, so here's the press release:

In celebration of the 2017 National Jukebox Day, Waffle House restaurants announce today that Keith Urban's hit "Blue Ain't Your Color" tops the list as the most-played song on the restaurant's TouchTunes jukeboxes over the past 12 months.

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Tracy Lawrence Helped Fry Over 500 Turkeys for Families in Need This Thanksgiving

For 12 years now, Tracy Lawrence has been getting together with his friends to give back to those in need during the Holidays.

Lawrence's 12th Annual Mission Possible Turkey Fry took place in the parking lot of the Nashville Rescue Mission where volunteers manned 60 different fryers to cook over 600 turkeys.

During the event, Lawrence told us, "This event started with a group of friends...it started off innocently, we thought it'd be a great way to give back to the community..." And what a way to give back.

Lawrence also told us that he thinks they feed about 7,000 plates.


On top of that, other cities like Dallas and Louisville have gotten in on the frying and Lawrence hopes to bring it to more cities in the future.


We hope that as the turkey fry grows each year, maybe Lawrence will consider re-writing "Paint Me Birmingham" to something like, "Fry Me a Turkey, Ma'am." Or something?

Adam Levine Showed Off His Backside with Daughter Dusty Rose

You know the phrase, "she got it from her mama?" Well, Adam Levine's daughter, Dusty Rose, might get it from her dad.

Adam's wife Behati Prinsloo shared an adorable photo of the pair on Instagram with the hilarious caption, "same butt different."

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Blake Shelton is a Really Great Country Music Singer and This "Voice" Performance Proves It

It's easy to see that Blake Shelton loves country music. Just listen to the way he talks about it during episodes of "The Voice." He constantly says, "country music is my life." Country music fans probably forget that when they see him out with girlfriend Gwen Stefani in Los Angeles, but in case there was ever any doubt, just watch this performance from #TeamBlake.

Blake and his crew took on Hank Williams Jr.'s "If It Will, It Will" and no one had more fun than Blake. Seriously.

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10 Hilariously Sad Tweets From Season 2, Episode 9 of "This Is Us"

Last week during "This Is Us," we learned, after an episode of watching Kevin dig himself into a deeper and darker hole with every scene, that Kate and Toby lost their baby, setting us up for some big-time emotions this week.

As last week followed Kevin around during "Number One," this episode, "Number Two," follows Kate around during the same weekend and the same week of their teenage years. While Kevin and Randall are making decisions on colleges, Kate is hiding her dreams from her parents and watching her brothers do what they do best. In real time, we learn of Kate's miscarriage early on, which allows us to go through every emotion that Kate and Toby experience.

The pain of a miscarriage is all too real in this episode, with the storyline even focusing in on Toby's grief. We even get a scene between Rebecca and Kate where she reminds Kate that she also lost a baby once and she never even got to hold him. That was a much needed scene for the pair, as most of their interactions are a little too mother-daughter dramatic. Also, sometimes, kids forget that their parents lived whole entire lives before they came along-- it's a nice callback to that.

And of course, the Internet had a lot to say about this episode.

10 Hilariously Sad Tweets From Season 2, Episode 9 of "This Is Us":

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Jordan Fisher Crowned Season 25 Champion of "Dancing With the Stars" in Dramatic Fashion

Season 25 of "Dancing With the Stars" has come to a close and the results were only somewhat surprising. The final three-- Jordan Fisher, Lindsey Stirling, and Frankie Muniz went to head-to-head in dramatic reality TV fashion complete with sequins, rhinestones and more sequins.

The finale consisted of each of the three finalists dancing a repeat routine from earlier in the season, which found Lindsay and Mark Ballas doing the jive (40/40); Frankie and Whitney Carson nailing the Argentine tango (30/30); and Jordan and Lindsay Arnold samba'ing (30/30).

Jordan's repeat routine was flawless, but the video leading up to the routine, was pretty intense. Jordan shared that as a child actor he seemed to always get second place on everything he did. So, at this point, most viewers were thinking-- please don't let this poor kid get second. After booking "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," he also got cast in the Broadway production of Hamilton. So, then, most viewers were like, he'll be fine.

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Blake Shelton Doesn't Want to Do Photoshoots Because George Strait Doesn't Do Photoshoots

Blake Shelton is famous. Like, really famous. He's a country music superstar, dating a superstar, he's on TV multiple nights a week and he still tours and stuff. He's famous.

Famous people have to get their photo taken a lot. Like, more than babies sometimes. And Blake hates it. In fact, he hates it so much he told Kix Brooks he's not doing them because George Strait doesn't have to do them. Call him in 10 years when you want another photo.

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