Headlines: Simon Cowell Drops Little Mix, Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina

Watch now: CMA nominee Lauren Alaina looks back on her “crazy” year of “pinch-me” moments – “I got to tour all summer with Luke Combs and the force that is Luke Combs is unstoppable,” Lauren tells ABC Radio. “And I just got to witness what he’s done first-hand every night. I would obviously love to win but I’m really proud to represent the ladies, and just to be nominated at all. It’s been a really amazing year.” And what are some of the things Lauren’s done that have made this year amazing?- Read more at KWBE.com

Scotty McCreery at the BMI Country Awards Last Night

Idol Father: Life Lessons with Chris Daughtry – What lessons have you passed along to your children and grandchild? A: I want them to be true to themselves and find their own paths. To be accepting of others, and to be good human beings. The little twins are actually finding music on their own: Right now they are obsessed with Michael Jackson, especially the Bad and Thriller albums. If music is where they want to go, thats awesome but hopefully they choose it because they love it, and not because its something that Daddy does. (Editing by Beth Pinsker and Susan Thomas) GRANDCHILD!!!CNBC.com

‘DWTS’ Bobby Bones plans to run for governor of Arkansas, has Clinton link – Popular country music radio host and “Dancing with the Stars” competitor Bobby Bones said he plans to run for governor of Arkansas after revealing a surprising link to Bill Clinton, who was the state’s governor before becoming president. “I’m going to run for governor of Arkansas for sure,” Bones, 38, told Fox News after Monday night’s “DWTS,” in which he advanced to next week’s finale. Bones is a native of Hot Springs, Ark., and was born to a mother who got pregnant at 15. He told Fox News he is shooting for either “2022 and maybe 2026” for a run for governor. – Read more at FoxNews.com

Little Mix dropped from Simon Cowell’s label after ‘row’ days before LM5 album release – The girl group signed to Simon’s Sony Music imprint in 2011 after winning The X Factor but it’s reported they are no longer working together following an alleged ‘row’ with their management company Modest. Confirming the separation, a rep for Simon told The Sun: ‘Syco Music will no longer work with Modest Management and therefore any artists signed to that management company. ‘We do, of course, wish all artists affected by this decision every future success. Consequently, LM5, the forthcoming Little Mix album A&R’d and released on Syco Music, is to be serviced by RCA at the request of Syco and Simon Cowell.’ – Read more at MetroUK

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