I Love Kellie Pickler, featuring American Idol season 5 alum, Kellie Pickler and her husband, songwriter Kyle Jacobs, premieres on CMT tonight at 10 pm. Produced by Ryan Seacrest.
The Project Runway Finale features Carrie Underwood as guest judge. 9 pm on Lifetime.
Citizen Watch Company Celebrates Opening of New Office and Showroom in New York City – Citizen Watch Company of America Inc. officially opened their new office and showroom in the Hippodrome Building in New York City on Tuesday evening with an Open House event co-hosted by Citizen Brand Ambassadors Kelly Clarkson and Eli Manning. Three time Grammy winner Kelly Clarkson along with two-time MVP, champion quarterback and Eli Manning joined Citizen employees in welcoming customers and clients to the new space. – Read more at PRNewsWire
Exclusive: Meet the Next Women of Country Music! – As a way to thank CMT, Ballerini came back to co-host this year’s event, which featured performances by American Idol alum Lauren Alaina, Danielle Bradbery, Brandy Clark, Cam, Clare Dunn, Brooke Eden, Ashley Monroe, Maren Morris, Cassadee Pope, and surprise guest Jennifer Nettles. The annual event is an extension of CMT’s multi-platform Next Women of Country campaign, which aims to raise the profile of women in country music. – See the Photos at Glamour
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Write a Country Ballad Together – Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have made sweet music together. The Voice co-stars recently wrote a country song together, PEOPLE has learned exclusively. Not surprisingly, the resulting effort is impressive. “It’s amazing how good she sounds on a pretty country song,” says an industry insider. “And it sure is good to hear Blake singing real country again.” – Read more at People
Kellie Pickler on New Reality Show: ‘It’s an Open Book’ – You’ve been on television since American Idol in 2005. Take us back to that time. What was it like being part of the biggest show on TV? With Idol, you don’t know what you’re doing. That show shines a light on people who are green in the business, and I was definitely green. I was 19! I’d never been on an airplane. Suddenly, I’m out in Hollywood and don’t know anybody. I don’t know who’s on my side. I just decided to wear my heart on my sleeve and learn as I go. There’s no way to prepare for this industry, so you just have to jump in and see what happens. And at the end of the day, this is all first-world problems. We’re in the entertainment world! We are supposed to entertain people. – Read more at Rolling Stone