Jessie James Decker's Video for "Flip My Hair" is Full of Sassy, Dancing Pregnant Women and It's Amazing

Jessie James Decker's "Flip My Hair" is deeper than the title suggests. It's an empowering, soulful anthem about being a strong, independent woman in the man-heavy world of country music.

The tune is off her Southern Girl City Lights album, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart upon its release.

While "Flip My Hair" sounds like Carrie Underwood meets Beyonce, it's definitely Decker's story to tell and sing.

They said "Hey girl, what do you think are you doing?"
They told me "No girl, you gotta pay more dues and"

Now watch me flip my hair
I move it to the other side cause I don't care
Just watch me as I come alive and flip my hair
I move it to the other side cause I don't care

Just remember that you passed me by
Come a little closer, a little closer
Remember what I told ya, what I told ya
Come a little closer, a little closer
Remember what I told ya

They see me at the party
And they wanna say hi
They said they always loved me
But it's just another lie

"This is a boys club
You better do it our way, girl"
"You got a good voice but
This is a man's world"

You said you didn't get me
I didn't fit in your town
But now you see me on your TV (see me on your TV)
Look who's laughing now, look who's laughing now

Even more true to Decker's strong woman anthem, the video features Decker and a few other moms dancing like divas in all black.

On Twitter, Decker said, "I was just proud of being pregnant with number 3 and wanted to celebrate by brushing off the haters who think pregnant women/moms can't do it all."

Boy can they!


Decker's daughter Vivianne even makes an appearance.


Jason Aldean Announces High Noon Neon Tour Dates with Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs

The hardest-working man in country music, Jason Aldean, is heading back out on the road and he's bringing Lauren Alaina and Luke Combs along for the ride.

Kicking off in Kansas City on May 10. Aldean, along with Combs and Alaina, will take the energy-charged tour to 34 cities across the country. Fans can purchase tickets beginning Jan. 26 for select cities as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket at www.Megaticket.com. Live Nation is the national tour promoter. Additional on-sales will continue to roll out over the coming weeks.

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Chris Young's Sister Surprised Him With A Puppy and Now He Has His Own Instagram Account

Chris Young has a few No. 1 hits under his belt, a successful world tour and was recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. But now the country crooner has a new love in his life, his new German Shepherd puppy, Porter.

Chris has been talking about getting a dog for a while now, but his sister took the leap forward and actually got him a little pup for Christmas. The Tennessee native stopped by "Ty, Kelly & Chuck Mornings" to share how he got his little friend.

"She went to all my friends and went, 'what kind of are you thinking about getting?' 'A German Sheperd,'" Chris said. " 'A boy or a girl?' 'A boy.' Ok, what would you name it?"

Fast forward to today and Porter has his own Instagram account. Why not? That's what happens when you're the dog of a celebrity. Porter joins the ranks of Jana Kramer's dog, Waffles and Brett Eldredge's dog, Edgar, with their own accounts.

So far, Porter has three posts and has accumulated 2,825 followers. His latest post has him dealing with the recent snow days in Nashville. "Snow days!!! ❄️❄️❄️ they're great for naps," was the caption. Porter has a good point.

You can follow Chris' little buddy at @porterthedog on Instagram.

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Keith Urban Announces 58-City Tour With Kelsea Ballerini

In front of a small crowd in his adopted hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, Keith Urban announced to fans a 58-city tour with none other than Kelsea Ballerini.

"New music, new tour, of course, we need to go on tour with somebody this year. I'm very excited that we're going to tour with... Kelsea Ballerini," Urban shared as Ballerini joined him on stage.

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Miranda Lambert Got Trapped In the Snow and Recorded The Greatest Video of All-Time to Tell Us About It

Miranda Lambert isn't super into social media and letting the world know what's going on with her every second of the day. I respect that about her, but I wish she shared more because when she does, she's hilarious. Like the time she got stuck in an elevator but had a bunch of Tito's in her purse, so no one cared.

Miranda's latest hilarious masterpiece came in the form of a winter nightmare. A snowstorm hit Nashville just as Miranda was preparing to hit the road on her Livin' Like Hippies Tour and she couldn't get her bus up to her house, so she had to walk.

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"This Is Us" Producer Says We're Close to Jack Dying

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Supposedly, Jack is supposed to die in a fire and that's what everyone wants you to believe, but at this point, I'm not convinced Jack is ever going to die.

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Brett Eldredge Singing As The Sun Sets Will Make Every Woman Swoon

Brett Eldredge is winning hearts of women everywhere with his Frank Sinatra like vocals, but when he belts out his song "Haven't Met You" as the sun sets on a what looks like a gorgeous day, hearts will melt.

As half the country freezes with snowfall covering the roads, Brett escaped to Los Angeles for a few days, where the temperature is a balmy 73 degrees. The Illinois native has been posting photos from L.A. on his social media account, making the rest of us jealous.

Brett took to Instagram to share a beautiful L.A. sunset. And if that wasn't enough, the 31-year-old is relaxing in a lounge chair singing his song "Haven't Met You." Cue the swoon. Women all over are talking to their computer screens saying "I'm right here."

"You could be in Dallas or L.A., 30,000 feet upon a plane / You could be the dream that I've always chased, every second, every place / always looking for your face and I know it's one I'll never forget. / So I guess I haven't met you yet," Brett sings in the chorus.

Enjoy the warm weather while you can Brett because it's going to be cold when you get home.

You can listen to the full version of the song if the short clip wasn't enough.

Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon Will Each Earn Around $1 Million An Episode for Season 2 of "Big Little Lies"

After big wins at the EMMYs and Golden Globes for Best Limited Series, you can't say Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman aren't worth the price of admission for "Big Little Lies," but almost $1 million an episode seems like a lot-- for TV.

The BFFs and Hollywood A-listers made around $300,00 per episode for season 1 of the HBO drama, which was never supposed to have a second season. Both actresses were also the highest-paid movie stars at one point in time, too. Kidman took the title in 2006 and Witherspoon made the big bucks in 2009.

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Ellen Surprised A First Grade Teacher With A Full Scholarship To Earn A Masters Degree

Jordan Siragusa is a first grade teacher from North Carolina who has one rule for her classroom: be kind. She has been inspired by Ellen Degeneres for years to achieve her goal of teaching despite her struggle with dyslexia and had hopes to one day earn her Masters Degree in education. Ellen is making that dream come true.

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Justin Timberlake's "Supplies" is Another Non-Country Track About Taking Care of His Woman

I will be the first to tell you I don't really know what Justin Timberlake's latest track from Man of the Woods is about. "Supplies," produced by the Neptunes references meeting a girl, who needs him and he has the "supplies" to take care of her.

Maybe. I think.

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