Country-music legend Reba McEntire and five-time Cma Awards nominee Kelsea Ballerini took the stage together on Wednesday night to perform a duet of Ballerini’s song “Legends.”
The combination of @Reba & @KelseaBallerini's voices singing #Legends is Incredible! #CMAawards pic.twitter.com/gEOFiAOd6s
— Cma Country Music (@CountryMusic) November 9, 2017
The pair are both up for one of the biggest awards of the night, female vocalist of the year, but it’s clear that there’s nothing but love between the two stars.
Ballerini, 24, and McEntire have
If it’s anything like in past years, the 51st Annual Cma Awards will feature heartwarming performances, comedic sketches from the hosts and exciting award reveals. Here is everything you need to know before Wednesday night.
This year’s Cma Awards hosts came as a surprise to no one: 2017 will be Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood‘s 10th consecutive year hosting the show. In their last nine ceremonies, the hilarious pair have had some unforgettable moments.
There was the 2008 comedic parody “Mamas,
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The Country Music Association has revealed which of America’s country stars will be performing together at this year’s 2017 Cma Awards in Nashville. The collaboration lineup features Cma veterans, like 50-time-nominee Reba McEntire (the most nominated female in Cma Awards history), and newbies like former One Direction star Niall Horan, who recently deviated from the pop genre with a country song.
Reba, who has won six Cma Awards of her 50 nominations, will be paired with her competition for Female Vocalist of the Year: Kelsea Ballerini. The “Yeah
With her hit song sitting inside the top 10 on the country charts, the singer-songwriter — named “One to Watch” by People for 2017 — will release her debut album, Every Little Thing, Oct. 13 on Big Machine Records.
“I feel the energy around the album,” Pearce, 27, tells People. “Being in Nashville for eight years, it’s been
Taking over the reins from Jennifer Nettles, who has served as host for the past seven years, McEntire says she knows “it will be hard to fill her shoes.” But of course the 62-year-old Hall of Famer is hardly a novice in this role, having hosted or co-hosted the Acm Awards a record 17 times.
The Christmas show will be taped for the third year in a row at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House,
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There are so many incredible themes in the show. It’s a lot about reconnecting with your family and forgiveness and spirituality. It felt very different, and something that I hadn’t really done before.
How did you get involved in acting?
I had to have an extracurricular activity when I was a kid. I played tennis pretty seriously, and when I burned out on that around 10, my parents were like, “You gotta choose something different.” There was a little theater company in our area
Titled “Cool Kids,” the multi-camera series would follow three guy friends in a retirement community who are the top dogs until they’re blown out of the water by the newest member of the community, a female rebel whose ready to challenge their standings. “It’s Always Sunny” stars Charlie Day, Rob McElhenney, and Glenn Howerton will executive produce along with “It’s Always Sunny” and “The Mick” executive producer Nick Frenkel. Day and Paul Fruchbom, who co-created the series, will write the pilot, with Fruchbom also serving as co-executive producer. Kevin Abbott–whose past credits include producing and writing for “Last Man Standing,” “Reba,” and “Roseanne”– will executive produce and serve as showrunner. 20th Century Fox Television will produce in association with FX Productions.
Day is repped by Wme, 3 Arts
The platinum-selling artist lit the way last Wednesday evening for a mostly female lineup of stars at this “only in Nashville” kind of event.
Songs you won’t hear on any record? Check.
Artists who usually perform for thousands now singing in an intimate nightclub setting? Check.
Stripped-down acoustic versions of million-selling hits? Check.
McBride, a surprise bonus to the announced lineup, kicked off the almost three-hour show, and Hall of Famer Reba McEntire capped the evening, channeling her inner nightclub chanteuse on a
While working with his son Eric, who co-wrote the drama about learning the meaning of family, Brooks, 62, says he realized, “my son Eric is quite a little screenwriter.”
“He studied film and English at Vanderbilt and I was wondering about all those crazy courses he was taking, what I was paying all that money for,” says Brooks. “So we started working together and I realized he kind of knew he was doing. It’s a great feeling!
The Gotham star had all of Twitter talking during the show when she was captured in the crowd, wearing a pear of pink sunglasses of her own and singing along to Lambert’s song.
Of course, she wasn’t the only star rocking the bright colored frames at the show. Most
The 62-year-old singer took to Twitter on Thursday to share a hilarious throwback pic from her "hipster" days.
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"I was hipster, before hipster wasn’t cool… #throwbackthursday #tbt #reba," McEntire captioned the epic shot, which features her in teased-up hair and ripped white jeans.
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In an interview with Et last November, the Reba star revealed that "God and my girlfriends" were getting her through her 2015 divorce from her husband of 16 years, Narvel Blackstock.
"My family, work, staying busy, but being able to talk to God every day and say, 'You gotta help me through this. I'm gonna give it all to you,' and he did. He helped me through it,'" she explained, before revealing
In honor of throwback Thursday, the country star shared one of her old school snaps with fans on Twitter. In the picture, she wears ripped jeans and a red acid-wash button-up shirt as she lounges on a wooden rocking chair.
“I was hipster, before hipster cool…” McEntire, 62, captioned the post.
Fans loved the look at McEntire’s younger self. One commented, “Love it, love it, love it!!! U have the best throwback pictures.”
Another wrote, “You’re adorable! Slaying then and still slaying now!
In a cooking segment on People Now on Tuesday, the Baby Daddy star took a moment to shout out to her former Reba costar, Reba McEntire, for her birthday. “She loves Mexican food; she loves margaritas, so I feel like this could work,” Peterman says before whipping up her signature Mexican Pizza recipe. “I know I’m not making her cake, but this could work.”
Peterman also took a moment to show off her ankle tattoo of a paperclip—something she shares with
JoAnna Garcia Swisher has joined the cast of the ABC dramedy pilot, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She’ll play Amy, the sister of Kevin, the title character played by Parenthood vet Jason Ritter. Kevin is a troubled guy who recently attempted suicide, and now believes God has given him a mission to save the world. Amy is recently widowed, and decides to take Kevin into her family home.
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Along with Garcia Swisher and Ritter,
Fist Fight has arrived in theaters today with Charlie Day and Ice Cube going toe-to-toe in the ultimate teacher fight.
The film is about two high school teachers prepared to solve their differences the hard way after school. On the last day of the year, a mild-mannered high school English teacher Andy Campbell (Day) is trying his best to keep it together amidst senior pranks, a dysfunctional administration and budget cuts that put jobs on the line. But things go from bad to worse when he accidentally crosses his much tougher and deeply feared colleague, Ron Stricklan (Ice Cube), who challenges Campbell to an old-fashioned throw down after school. News of the fight spreads like wildfire and ends up becoming the very thing this school, and Campbell, needed.
It also stars Tracy Morgan, Jillian Bell, Dean Norris, Christina Hendricks, Dennis Haysbert, Kumail Nanjiani and JoAnna Garcia Swisher.
The half-hour sitcom starred country star Reba McEntire as a single mother, whose character’s ex-husband married a younger woman. Swisher played Reba’s oldest daughter. Reba aired for six seasons on The WB and The CW, ending its run on Feb. 18, 2007.
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“I think we would all be super pumped to get together professionally,” Swisher told Et’s Katie Krause at the Fist Fight premiere in Los Angeles on Monday. “But we all are pretty tight and stay pretty close and connected and spend a lot of time together, so it doesn’t really feel like it’s ever gone away. It airs like 100 times a day, so we’re reliving the moments.”
Last June, the 37-year-old actress welcomed her second daughter, Sailor Stevie
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