The CMA Festival continues today in Nashville. Set to perform are Danielle Bradbery, Kellie Pickler, Rae Lynn, Lauren Alaina, and Blake Shelton. Click to see the Schedule
‘Idol’ Fan Favorite Savion Wright Brings His Wright Stuff to Yahoo – But when Savion visited Yahoo Music’s headquarters shortly after the Season 13 finale to perform another original tune, “That’s How We Go,” of course the question had to be asked. Will Savion be back on the show? And how does he feel about his overall experience with Idol? Watch the interview above to find out what’s in store for Savion Wright and Season 14. (He’s probably going to audition again) – Read more at Yahoo.com
CMT Music Awards: Carrie Underwood, LeAnn Rimes, and More on the Red Carpet with Extra Correspondent, Lauren Alaina!
Carrie Underwood: Keith Urban Is Sexiest In Country Music, But Husband Mike Fisher Is Sexiest Man I Know – Watch out, Nicole Kidman! Carrie Underwood told Us Weekly at the 2014 CMT Awards on Wednesday, June 4, that her choice for sexiest man in country music is Keith Urban — but he pales in comparison to her husband Mike Fisher. Underwood, 31, explained why she chose Urban — instead of other hunky country crooners like Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, and Blake Shelton — as her top pick: “Keith is just so talented and so good with a guitar,” she said, and according to the powerhouse songstress, it also helps that Urban is so open about his marriage. “[He is] so in love with his wife,” she gushed, “and, well, that’s sexy.” – Read more at USMagazine
Road to the Tonys: For Jazzy ‘After Midnight,’ Creatives Are Still Riffing and Improvising – When Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight and Fantasia Barrino take the stage during the Tony Awards ceremony Sunday night, they’ll be there to showcase the new musical contender “After Midnight.” But they won’t be doing a number you’ll see in the show. Instead, they’ll be performing in a new sequence that works the three guest stars — who have appeared or will appear separately in the production — into a full-cast mashup of two numbers from the musical. “It doesn’t exist in the show,” said director Warren Carlyle of the sequence. “It’s a Tony special.” – Read more at Variety