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Gwen Stefani was over the moon when she discovered her Valentine's Day gift from Blake Shelton on Wednesday. In a video posted on her Instagram Stories, Gwen can be seen walking into a room and finding an extra-large floral arrangement sitting on the table. As she discovered the floral arrangement made up of dozens of red roses and pink orchids, Gwen exclaimed that she'd never seen anything like it and wrote that she was the "luckiest girl in the world."
Thomas Rhett celebrated the chart success of his last two number one songs yesterday afternoon. Before the party got underway, Thomas talked about how he and his wife Lauren got a babysitter, jumped into an Uber and enjoyed the romantic holiday on Wednesday.
Thomas said, "I can't believe we're going to do dinner like we get to have a cocktail this is amazing? And then we saw a movie and then came home and gave each other gifts. Just a normal Valentine's Day but it was like the most fun one I've ever experienced because it was such a?We got to get away for a minute you know."
Chris Stapleton is on the season finale of "Austin City Limits" tomorrow night. Here’s a little sample of his song "Tryin' to Untangle My Mind". Chris will be on the show with the Turnpike Troubadours tomorrow at 10pm on PBS!
And this is really random. Is William Shatner going country? That question has arisen after the 86 year old Star Trek actor signed a deal with the independent label, Heartland Records Nashville. Apparently William is currently working on a new project that will be released later this year, although it's unclear if that project will be country. Something you may not know is this isn’t William Shatner’s first time doing music, he's actually recorded several albums over the years. William has even had a country connection, appearing in Brad Paisley's music videos for "Celebrity" and "Online," with Brad serving as a guest on the actor's 2011 album, Seeking Major Tom.