Headlines: Gabby Barrett Baby Update, Is Kat McPhee a Republican?

Q&A: How Scotty McCreery’s Voice Changed When He Picked Up His Pen – From your first album to this new on you’re working on, what’s changed about how you walk into a writing session? When I got to Nashville, I didn’t write any on the first record. Then I wrote some on the second one. But after that, I wrote on the entire third record. I’d definitely say my writing has been improving. It’s something I really enjoy doing right now. Whereas before I might have been a little intimidated by it. Now it’s something I actually look forward to. It’s a cool way to tell your story. You get to go in a room with a blank sheet of paper, and by the time you’re done, you have a piece of art. And I love that. – Read more at CMT.com

Gabby Barrett gives pregnancy update: “I just want to eat the house down!” – “It’s good. We’re doing…well, I’m doing really good, my husband’s very excited,” she tells ABC Audio. “I’m about halfway through, so… good times!” “I’m feeling good now, I’m past the nauseous stage and all of that, now I just want to eat the house down!” she laughs. “So, it’s good!” – Read more at ABCNewsRadio

Hi, My Gay Boys! Katharine McPhee Supports the Republicans’ Senate Majority – Well, it looks like Katharine McPhee is a Republican—not all that shocking, considering how she, uhhhh, literally looks like a Republican. (I mean, we’re looking at the same photo, right?) But, still. A moment of silence for the Smash gays. According to FEC public records, a self-employed singer named Katharine McPhee who lives in Los Angeles donated a total of $500 to the NRSC earlier this year. – Read more at Jezebel

Ken Jeong says his worst Masked Singer guess ever is coming this season: ‘I was so embarrassed’ – As a former physician, how did COVID-19 affect production for you on the shows? The challenge of shooting not one but two shows during a pandemic is, it’s overwhelming at times. As a former physician, knowing what I know, knowing that when you drive to work, production can be halted at any moment. On set I stressed that, for me, I want everyone to go home to their families and be healthy. It doesn’t matter whether the show gets picked up or not picked up, or if the show gets canceled — it doesn’t matter. We have to be safe. And I think everyone knowing that I meant that in a weird way was liberating, and then it’s like, okay, we can work in a safe environment. We know Dr. Ken’s on the case. – Read more at Entertainment Weekly

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