Carrie Underwood turned 30 on Sunday (March 10), but she likes to say it's the one year anniversary of her 29th birthday. Age doesn't bother the 'Two Black Cadillacs' singer -- she just can't wrap her mind around being 30 quite yet. But that isn't going to keep the superstar from celebrating all week long.
Rural living is often a theme in country music videos, so it's rather reasonable to expect a farm animal to make a cameo in a clip from country music's biggest names. With that said, we don't think creative fan-made "goat versions" of 'I Knew You Were Trouble' and 'Blown Away' are what Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood had in mind when they released their blockbuster videos. Both were victims of a new internet craze called "goating."
Before there was Scotty McCreery, Carrie Underwood or even Kelly Clarkson, another country act got a start on a television singing competition. Ed McMahon's 'Star Search' named its first Vocal Group winner in 1983, and helped launch the career of a pack of hitmakers as reliable as any in the early to mid-90s.
Is Hunter Hayes, one of country music's cutest, most talented and most eligible bachelors, about to come off the market? Could be, as it's being said that he and singer/actress Selena Gomez were seen flirting and even exchanged digits.
One day before Mindy McCready was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, the singer sent a private investigator she had been working with a cryptic message. It was a single frame from a video they had been working on together of McCready singing a song called 'I'll See You Yesterday.'
Country singer Janelle Arthur made it one step closer to her dream of music stardom on 'American Idol' on Thursday night (Feb. 14), progressing into the Top 40 contestants by singing the Randy Travis classic 'I Told You So.'
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