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Calling all cowboys and cowgirls! You don't have to be in Nashville Wednesday night to get a taste of the Cmt Music Awards. As country stars like Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban mix and mingle at the annual awards show, you can shake up these cocktails - one features no alcohol - at your home viewing party. Charles Phillips, the executive chef at Nashville's Hutton Hotel, has created them especially for this year's official Cmt afterparty. Think the evening's host Kid Rock will be swilling these later tonight? Make the drinks yourself. Here are the recipes: The Amplifier • 1½ oz. sweet-tea vodka • ½ oz. »
- Alison Schwartz
The billboards popping up all over the country that say "You are my soulmate forever, Charles & YaVaughie" are not as romantic as they seem at first glance.
It turns out YaVaughnie Wilkins bought those to trumpet her 8+ year-long affair with Charles Phillips, who is a member of President Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board and recently reconciled with his wife, according to Fox news.
The first billboard went up in New York's Times Square and has subsequently appeared two more times in New York City and in San Francisco and Atlanta. It is estimated the billboards cost Wilkins in the neighborhood of $250,000, or $50,000 apiece.
That's a lot of money to embarrass your ex-lover.
We aren't sure we've ever been mad enough at an ex to spend that kind of dough to call him out. We also aren't sure we'd want to publicly trumpet the fact that we were the dirty mistress for 8 years. »
2 items from 2010
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