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After seeing the list of Cmt’s 2013 Artists of the Year — Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes, and Florida Georgia Line — we had to echo the thoughts of host Ron White at the top of Tuesday night’s show: “You couldn’t find one girl? There’s more sausage backstage than Jimmy Dean’s freezer.” But there’s no denying that the six men dominated country radio this year, and they had some seriously famous admirers on hand to prove it.
- Katie Atkinson
The ‘Cma Country Christmas’ special brought out tons of the industry’s most talented acts to get us in the holiday spirit. From classic tunes re-imagined to soulful renditions of newer songs, which was Your favorite moment of the show?
The 2013 Cma Country Christmas special definitely got us super excited for the holidays! Our favorite country stars Luke Bryan, Kellie Pickler, and Hunter Hayes took on country classics and the show was hosted by a stunning Jennifer Nettles. Click through our gallery for all the performance pics of the night and then tell us — what was the best moment of this year’s show?
Cma Country Christmas Special: Best Show Moments
Jennifer always does a great job hosting, so it was no surprise that once again she nailed it! She shared that the best gift she ever received was her absolutely gorgeous baby boy, Magnus Hamilton — she gave birth to »
- Emily Longeretta
See all of the glam country crooners who turned up for the ‘Cma Country Christmas’ special right here and Vote for who You think looked best!
The 2013 Cma Country Christmas special brought out some of the biggest and best names in country music. From Lucy Hale, Kellie Pickler, to Hunter Hayes, Sheryl Crow, and Lady Antebellum, the stars shared some of their favorite holiday moments and delivered festive performances — and they looked amazing while doing so!
‘Cma Country Christmas’ 2013: Take Our Poll
Hosted by Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles, the special was taped at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Nov. 8, where the stars donned festive looks for the holiday show. While everyone dressed to impress, I must admit that both Lucy and Kellie’s gorgeous gowns were two of my favorite looks of the night. Lucy selected a red fringe Haute Hippie gown and she oozed old hollywood glamour »
- Katrina Mitzeliotis
The new mom looked amazing for the ‘Cma Country Christmas’ special, which aired on Dec. 2 on ABC. Get her mommy makeup look below!
Hillary Scott, 27, was still glowing as she took the stage with her band, Lady Antebellum, to sing “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” on the special, which was taped in Nashville, Tenn. on Nov. 8. She looked amazing after having her precious baby on July 22. Get some easy beauty tips so you can look as good as Hillary below!
Being a new mom means you’re hardly eating or sleeping, much less putting on makeup! But Hillary looked flawless. Granted she has a glam squad to help her get red carpet ready, but we are here to help those of you who are time crunched look great in just a few minutes!
To get a flawless face, »
- Dory Larrabee
Kellie Pickler looked gorgeous as usually when she performed a holiday classic at the Cma Country Christmas show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The show was hosted by Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles but Kellie definitely stole the show!
Kellie Picker Stuns At Cma Country Christmas Awards
The lyrics are super cute: “Old Mr. Kringle/is soon gonna jingle/The bells that’ll tingle /all your troubles away/Everybody’s waiting for the man with the bag/Cause Christmas is coming again/He’s got a sleigh full/it’s not gonna stay full/Stuff/that he’s dropping/every stop of the way/Everybody’s/waiting for the man with the bag/Cause Christmas is coming again.”
Her performance »
- Chloe Melas
Lady Antebellum lit up the stage with a powerful performance of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” at the 2013 Cma Country Christmas special show. The country trio, made up of Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley, and Dave Haywood, brought the perfect amount of touching emotion and holiday spirit to the powerful song.
Lady Antebellum took on a huge Christmas classic for their performance, and they did not disappoint!
'Cma Country Christmas 2013' Take Our Poll
The group added their signature soulful spin to the hit, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas,” and their voices really sounded wonderful as they harmonized together, backed by a full orchestra.
Lady Antebellum Supports Other »
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
The Love and Theft country musician and his beautiful fiancee welcomed their first child together in Nashville, Tenn. on Dec. 2. Congrats to the happy couple!
Stephen Barker Liles and his fiancee Laura Kennedy welcomed a baby boy named Jett Barker Liles on Dec. 2! Stephen’s country duo shared Jett’s first photo with his dad across social media on the same day of his birth — and he is just too precious!
Stephen Barker Liles Baby Born: Love & Theft Musician Welcomes A Boy
The Love and Theft family is growing, because Stephen is now a dad! “Arriving at 8:40 a.m. in Nashville, Jett … weighed in at 7 lbs., 7 oz. and measures 20.5 inches long,” Stephen confirmed to Country Weekly. Stephen said that his son already has dad’s nose but mom’s lips!
Love & Theft tweeted out little Jett’s first picture with dad!
Jett Barker Liles is here! Congratulations to Stephen and Jenna! »
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
When she filled that role on the ABC special last year, the Sugarland vocalist was about to deliver her first baby. In the same month her son marks his first birthday, Nettles is back for her fourth round introducing a parade of country artists performing seasonal favorites in the two-hour show Monday, Dec. 2.
(ABC repeats it both Saturday, Dec. 14, and Sunday, Dec. 22.)
"One of the things I had hoped for this show was for it to become a tradition," Nettles tells Zap2it. "As a new mom, I'm hyper-aware of that now. This is what families do; they start traditions. Things start to take on a different meaning when you're a family."
Cma Country Christmas 2013 airs tonight, Dec. 2, at 9/8pm Ct on ABC Hunter Hayes, Trace Adkins, Luke Bryan, Sheryl Crow, Lucy Hale, Jake Owens, Kellie Pickler, Mary J. Blige, Rascal Flatts, Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker and Michael W. Smith are among the performers scheduled to appear on tonight’s Cma Country Christmas hosted by Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles. The stars perform holiday favorites and share their own family traditions and happy memories in the 2-hour holiday celebration, which taped in front of a live audience at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn., in early November. Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson and the rest of … Continue reading →
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- Lori Acken
What’s worthy of PopWatching this week? The first week of December means holiday programming is in full cheery swing with an SNL special, a Cma caroling fest, and a Sound of Music live reboot. But it’s still early, so don’t let the Christmas fever get out of hand. Casey Affleck fights to the bone in Out of the Furnace, in theaters this Friday. And you’ve got zombies to deal with in the mid-season finale of The Walking Dead tonight.
All times listed are Eastern.
The Walking Dead, 9 p.m., AMC mid-season finale
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- Jennifer Arellano
These country cuties are just so adorable! Check out our gallery of the cutest kids who are lucky enough to have awesome country music artists as parents!
Hillary Scott‘s 4-month-old daughter Eisele is just so beautiful — and she’s already hanging out with her mom‘s Lady Antebellum bandmates Charles Kelley and Dave Heywood during their writing sessions! Luke Bryan‘s sons, Tate and Bo, are growing up to be as handsome as he is!
Cutest Kids In Country Music: Hillary Scott’s Daughter Eisele & More
Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland frequently shows off her nearly 1-year-old son Magnus on her Instagram page — and each time we see him, he just gets more and more adorable!
Lady Antebellum 'Compass' Take Our Poll
Their mommy-baby Game of Thrones costumes deserve preserving forever, because the pair was too cute in their dragon and Daenerys outfits were stunning!
Jay DeMarcus of Rascall Flatts »
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
Dancing With The Stars 17 Amber Riley & Derek Hough won the whole show tonight. Tonight's finale show ,kicked off with a huge performance number from the finalists, judges, dancers ,and celebrities that was choreographed by Mandy Moore. From there, Enrique Iglesias hit the stage to perform his new song, "Heart Attack." Then Amber Riley and Derek Hough did an encore of their Freestyle routine. After a break, Ylvis hit the stage to perform “What Does the Fox Say.” Bill Nye & Tyne Stecklein returned to perform a dance number, followed by Elizabeth Berkley & Val Chmerkovskiy. They performed a cha cha cha routine. Then Christina Milian & Mark Balas and Brant Daugherty & Peta Murgatroyd danced to “Applause.” Valerie Harper & Tristan MacManus danced to Colbie Caillat’s “What A Wonderful World.” Next, Lady Antebellum performed “Compass.” Then Leah Remini & Tony Dovolani returned to rock the stage with the Tango. After all those performances, they finally showed the 24 Hour Fusion Challenge. »
Eleven weeks of intensive training and emotional rollercoasters culminated with a glorious finale for one couple on Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday, when the Mirrorball Trophy was bestowed upon the winner of Season 17.
[Spoiler Alert: Results from the show revealed below]
As always, the entire Season 17 cast was in attendance to witness the presentation of the Mirrorball, but before that, they put on an array of entertaining dances of their own.
Before the finalists took the stage, an assortment of acts took the stage to sing, including Enrique Iglesias, Colbie Caillat, Lady Antebellum, and Ylvis, who performed his "The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)," which was the soundtrack to Team Foxing Awesome's (Brant Daugherty, Jack Osbourne, Amber Riley, Corbin Bleu) dance earlier in the season.
Related: Finals, Part 1 Recap: 3 Have a Shot at (Real) Mirrorball
After the various festivities, it was time for the dancing duos to tap out their final dances.
The scores from their concluding dances would be combined with their »
We have a champion! The final couple was revealed on the Nov. 26 episode of ‘DWTS’ – see who walked away with the mirror ball trophy below!
Enrique Iglesias kicked off the finale episode of Dancing With The Stars on Nov. 26 with his performance of “Heart Attack.” It was a fun and emotional night of live music and dancing, plus the ultimate result. So who won Dancing With The Stars? See the big winner below!
After some memorable moments from the season, Ylvis performed their hit “What Does The Fox Say?”
After another emotional montage, Christina & Mark and Peta & Brant »
- Dory Larrabee
Amber Riley has won "Dancing with the Stars" Season 17. Thanks to a 24-hour fusion dance and audience votes, Amber and partner Derek Hough topped Corbin Bleu and Jack Osbourne for the Mirror Ball trophy.
Of course, the rather impressive scores from the first night of the finale helped going into Tuesday's results. Amber and Derek were on top with 64 points out of a possible 65. Corbin and Karina were right behind with 62 points, while Jack and Cheryl came into the final dance with 57.
Adding in the scores from the fusion dances, the final standings were:
Amber and Derek: 94 points
Corbin and Karina: 89 points
Jack and Cheryl: 84 points
When the votes were combined with these scores, the results were as follows:
Apparently the judges and fans had the same opinions this time around. »
Our favorite foxes took the ‘DWTS’ stage on Nov. 26 to perform their viral hit song ‘The Fox.’ We couldn’t help but laugh at the ridiculous dancing duo’s outrageous moves and crazy fox outfits!
The Norwegian comedians known as Ylvis, whose hilarious video for “The Fox” took the Internet by storm in September, 2013, gave the performance of a lifetime on the season 17 finale of Dancing with the Stars! Read on for all the details.
Ylvis On ‘Dancing With The Stars’ — Comedy Duo Performs ‘What Does The Fox Say?’
'DWTS' -- 'What Does The Fox Say' Take Our Poll
- HL Intern
And, at Sunday's American Music Awards, Hillary, who welcomed her first child, daughter Eisele in July, shared what she told the original American Idol, who had asked about parenting while on the road.
"I think you just have to take it a day at a time and really just soak up every moment you get," Hillary told Access Hollywood's Shaun Robinson on the red carpet at the music awards show. "My daughter's four months old and it's crazy how fast time has flown. But you ...
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Ahead of Dancing With the Stars’ two-night finale (Monday at 8 p.m. Et, Tuesday at 9 on ABC), host and eternal gem of the ballroom Tom Bergeron spoke to EW about the different feel of season 17, missing Len, welcoming back Maks, and the merits of the Glitter Pit vs. the Celebriquarium (may it rest in peace). You know, important stuff. Keep reading!
Entertainment Weekly: How have you been coping with the new once-a-week format?
Tom Bergeron: It’s been an adjustment. I’ve really enjoyed elements of it and am still a bit uncomfortable with others. The two hours definitely go faster to me. »
- Annie Barrett
Ahead of Dancing With the Stars’ two-night finale (Monday at 8 p.m. Et, Tuesday at 9 on ABC) host and eternal gem of the ballroom Tom Bergeron spoke to EW about the different feel of season 17, missing Len, welcoming back Maks, and the merits of the Glitter Pit vs. the Celebriquarium (may it rest in peace). You know, important stuff. Keep reading!
How have you been coping with the new once-a-week format?
It’s been an adjustment. I’ve really enjoyed elements of it and am still a bit uncomfortable with others. The two hours definitely go faster to me. Bruno »
- Annie Barrett
Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre played host to an array of exciting performances and memorable events on Sunday like J.Lo's tribute to Celia Cruz, but the 2013 American Music Awards belonged to pop/country sensation Taylor Swift.
The 23-year-old songstress nabbed this year's top honors of Artist of the Year, setting an AMAs record for most individual wins in the category.
Reaping the reward of her immensely successful fourth studio album Red, Swift also took home a triad of other awards, including Favorite Country Album, Favorite Female Country Artist, and Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist.
Swift's numerous wins stole the spotlight from Rihanna, who received the inaugural Icon Award for her immense worldwide influence on pop music. The honor was presented to her by her mother, Monica Fenty.
Rihanna was nominated in two of the categories for which the "Sweeter Than Fiction" singer received awards (Artist of the Year, Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist) , but managed to swipe »
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