It’s been over a month since news devastated country fans of Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert’s divorce.
MuttNation has already raise over $2.1 million dollars for animals in need.
“I just always pray—certainly in Blake and Miranda’s case—that they’ll be happy.”
A woman named “Brenda” claims to have hacked into Lambert’s account and obtained over 35,000 of her emails.
The show took place at a Nashville bar where she sang songs with buddies Clare Dunn, Courtney Cole, Karen Fairchild, RaeLynn, Natalie Hemby and Jessi Alexander.
The event, which is open to the public, recognizing the special honorees and off-camera category winners from the 50th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
Did someone cheat? Is she pregnant? Did Blake force her animals off the ranch? Well, for everyone freaking out over the divorce and tabloids, this may ease your mind.
In a joint statement, they said, “This is not the future we envisioned.”
“serious inflammation of her vocal cords” is being cited as the reason Lambert can’t make her Calgary festival headlining slot.
“It reminds me of hanging out with friends, partying when life still felt innocent, simple and fun.”
They were just two of a handful of covers Lambert performed with Permanent Damage.
McBride is one of several artists responding to consultant Keith Hill’s comments that country radio needs to limit play of female artists, an argument that has come to be known as ‘saladgate.’
Weezer, Brantley Gilbert and more will also be in attendance—think rock meets country.
The concert airs tonight with performances by Alabama and Eli Young Band, Hunter Hayes and Brett Eldredge, Alan Jackson and Cole Swindell and more.
Underwood scored nods for both “Something in the Water” and “Little Toy Guns.”
“When you visit someone in the country, they better offer you a glass of iced tea—in a Mason jar, of course,” she said.