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In Miranda Lambert's 2015 hit "Little Red Wagon" she sings the line "I live in Oklahoma" which she no longer does with her then husband Blake Shelton. Now in her new 2018 "Live Like Hippies" tour she sings a different line and it has her crowds cheering. Miranda found a rather intense replacement for the lyric during the opening night of her tour January 18th in Greenville, S.C. In a fan video posted to Instagram, Miranda struts and shimmies her way on stage up to the fateful verse, before replacing the line with a pointed "I got the hell out of Oklahoma!"
Carrie Underwood can't resist a sweet moment in her home and she shared one on Saturday On Instagram. The video was of her husband Mike Fisher reading aloud to their 2½-year-old son Isaiah from a colorful, biblical storybook. Carrie captioned the precious moment, "Story time with Daddy? Learning about Noah? and my heart melts?." Isaiah learned all about Noah and his arc and he’s pretty knowledgeable about all the animals.
Speaking of Carrie Underwood she shared a picture that shows just how serious her wrist fracture was following the fall she took in November. On Friday, she posted an x-ray image of her wrist online, revealing the plate and screws that were inserted during surgery. In the caption, Carrie said Friday's doctor visit marked the last check up on her wrist, adding that she was now "good to go!" Carrie also thanked her doctor and physical therapist for fixing her up. Aside from her wrist surgery, Carrie also had more than 40 facial stitches due to the fall.
Dierks Bentley has always embraced having personal interactions with his fans, and now they have a new way to stay connected. On Friday, Dierks tweeted that if anybody needed to reach him over the weekend, they could call his "mountain line": 970-426-5381. Upon calling the number, Bentley can be heard saying he was sorry to miss the call, but was up on the mountain right now. He then says to leave a voicemail and he'll try to call back.
The phone number's Western Colorado area code encompasses the small town of Telluride, where Dierks wrote and recorded much of his new album, The Mountain.
if you need to reach me this weekend 970-426-5381 (mountain line)— Dierks Bentley (@DierksBentley) January 19, 2018