Well, will ya look at that? Country music heartthrob Hunter Hayes graces the cover of Nashville Lifestyles this month and puts any of those girlfriend rumors to rest by confirming he's single and ready to mingle LOL.
If you've ever listened to one of Hunter's hit songs, it's no secret that "everybody's got somebody but him" and now that works to his advantage because he's one of 2014's most eligible bachelors...well duh...he's talented, cute, a gentleman and has the most adorable accent...I coulda' told you that! For all those Hayniacs dying for a chance with Mr. Hayes...take a number because I bet the waiting line is going to be a long one!
Would YOU want to be Hunter's Valentine?
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After successfully rebranding radio stations around the country to Nash FM, Nash owner Cumulus is now coming for your favorite country music magazine.
According to BusinessWeek, Country Weekly magazine is getting ready to change its name to Nash Magazine after Country Weekly's parent company, American Media, Inc., came to an agreement with Cumulus to reconfigure the magazine as part of the broadcasting giant's plan to expand beyond radio.
Lewis Dickey, chief executive officer of Cumulus, says the name change will be completed at some point this year and will "help jump-start a more robust digital presence for Nash."
"The Web will, in essence, follow suit with video and audio from all the things we are doing,” says Dickey.
So far Country Weekly hasn't made any official announcement about the change, but now that the cat is out of the bag (and they have a website set up taking magazine subscription orders already) I can't imagine it will be much longer before they go public.
A very pregnant Jessie James and her Denver Bronco football player hubby, Eric Decker, recently took part in a sexy photo shoot for GQ as part of the magazine's special February "Love, Sex & Madness" edition, in stores January 28.
Jessie definitely shows that pregnancy is beautiful.
You can see the complete slideshow and interview with Eric & Jessie at GQ.com now.
[ Photo Credit: Ben Watts/GQ]
“I put it on my food, I put it on my face, I put it on my hair. If it’s winter, the second I get out of the shower, I spread it all over and it feels really good and it smells good too.”
And how despite being a vegan (for the most part), a little cheese won't make her lose her mind.
“I am a vegan but I consider myself to be a practical vegan. If I order something on a menu and it has a sprinkling of cheese on top I’m not going to send it back. I’ve been vegetarian – no fish no chicken no meat vegetarian – for about a decade now. The vegan thing is something I try to do my best on because it’s a cheesy world out there. We recently went to Italy and they put cheese in, on and around everything. So I kind of had to be vegetarian when I was on vacation, and now that I’ve been back home I’ve been getting back into my vegan lifestyle. But I’m vegan at home. It’s when I go other places that it can be a challenge especially when you don’t exactly know what you’re ordering. It doesn’t say that there’s cheese on the menu. But like I said I’m practical vegan.”
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Taylor Swift takes her bangs and her red, red lips to the cover of the November issue of InStyle Magazine, although, like ICYDK says, it looks an awful like it could have been the magazine's Christmas cover.
In the issue, Taylor talks about her love life (of course), quoting BFF Ed Sheeran, "I think that you can love people without it being the great love. Ed [Sheeran] said something that really resonated with me. He says there are different kinds of love: There's physical attraction, mental attraction, and emotional attraction; there's also comfort and obsession. You need to have all of those things in one person. You have to mentally respect them, be physically attracted, and have a comfort level. You're obsessed with them, yet you also know they're going to stay. I've never had that in one person."
Love. Love. Love. I wish someone would delve into something interesting in these articles such as what Taylor does with all her money (a day in the life of Taylor's wallet maybe) and whether or not she ever got that koi pond in her living room she was wanting a couple of years back.
If you're a fan of Taylor's lip color, she is wearing Chanel’s Rouge Allure Lip Color in Pirate. You can purchase it on Amazon here.. You can pick up the newest InStyle issue now.
Trisha Yearwood is featured on the cover of the September issue of Good Housekeeping that's on stands now. Inside she talks about her simple eating plan, healthy new recipes, and more.
Also, if you're like me and have been wondering when Trisha's episode of Who Do You Think You Are? will air on TLC then you're in luck because we finally have an air date. From Trisha's website:
Trisha Yearwood will be featured on the September 3rd episode of TLC's Who Do You Think You Are? - an American genealogy documentary series that traces celebrities' family tree and history.
Since her parents passed, Trisha knows little about her paternal side of the family. Her search for a deeper family connection takes Trisha to England, where she uncovers an ancestor's history of crime, loss, and perseverance. Don't miss this episode premiere on September 3 at 9/8c on TLC!
Seriously. Look how tiny Florida Georgia Line look on the new cover of Billboard magazine. They're so itty bitty.
In the new issue of the music mag, which hits stores Monday, July 29, the hot duo talks about all sorts of things including the moment they knew they had something good together:
“From the First song we wrote together we felt we had something cool. We worked easily together, we had a lot in common, and onstage it was really natural. It was a party. We just had fun with it.”
To the blending of musical genres that's big in country music right now:
“We write what we want to write. It’s mixing all of it together. We’ve been really blessed that what we love to write is attractive to people right now. People are grasping onto it. It puts us in a slot to be able to get out of the box and step out o the country music boundaries a little bit, and hopefully innovate a little bit.”
Fans can visit Billboard.com or purchase the magazine for the full story.
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This week Wynonna makes an appearance in the pages of Us Magazine. She recalls the horrific day last year when her husband, Cactus Moser, nearly died in a motorcycle accident and subsequently lost his leg.
"I remember standing over Cactus, wondering whether he was alive or not," Judd recalls in the new issue of Us Weekly. "I kept saying to myself, 'Be calm, be calm.' When I realized he was still alive, I noticed the leg was gone. I saw remnants of it, um, all over the highway. I just stood there, trying to make sense of it all."
In some ways, the five-time Grammy winner is still trying to make sense of it. She and her husband tell Us they're stronger for having survived the tragedy, but there are dark days. Explains Moser: "We're living two different realities. We learned to respect that we each have our own pain."
DWTS featuring both Wynonna Judd and Kellie Pickler premieres March 18.
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