Earlier this week we told you about Carrie Underwood getting pulled over for speeding. Well, Police from the Nashville suburb of Brentwood, Tennessee, have released dash cam footage from Carrie Underwood’s traffic stop. On Monday, Carrie tweeted that she had just been pulled over for speeding for the first time ever, and the new video, obtained by Inside Edition, shows how it all went down. In the video, a Brentwood police officer approaches Carrie's Mercedes SUV and asks her, "What's the big hurry, ma'am?" To which Carrie replied, "I wasn't even paying attention. I know that's no excuse." After the officer let Carrie drive away with a verbal warning, she took to Twitter to apologize and say she felt "so ashamed." I love how it sounds so serious like “they obtained” the dash cam footage, she’s super sweet and just got pulled over for speeding.
Justin Moore recently revealed that he’s working on the follow-up to his Kinda Don’t Carealbum. Justin checked in from the road on his Hell On A Highway Tour and said, “We’ve had about three months off or so and had an opportunity to recharge our batteries and get ready to come out and have fun on the road this year with you guys, the fans. And we’re also writing for a brand new album, and just a little tidbit about it, it’s going to be the ‘countriest’ album that we’ve recorded yet. So, looking forward to continuing to write for that, record for that, and give you updates on how all that’s going.”
In Brantley Gilbert’s new “The Ones That Like Me” Video,” BG and the crew ride their steel horses across the country roads of Middle Tennessee only to find themselves back home in the arms of the ones that love them.
Dedicated to his baby boy Barrett, this new video shows you what BG is all about. Country life at its finest.
The coaches of NBC's The Voice have gone country in a new commercial that's set to air during Sunday's Big Game. Serving as a promo for the show's upcoming 14th season, the clip begins with Blake Shelton singing on a country porch as a pack of Labrador puppies and a Clydesdale horse make their cameos. Blake’s fellow coaches Adam Levine and Alicia Keys also appear in the new video, with Adam sipping some lemonade and Alicia playing the piano as she sits on a bale of hay. New coach Kelly Clarkson also shows up, walking through a meadow with a comically long fabric train trailing behind her.