Miranda Lambert has America singing along with her latest hit, “Little Red Wagon.” The catchy tune is not actually about that fun childhood toy, as Miranda explains, “Well, it’s kind of a metaphor, really. It’s not necessarily a red wagon. It’s sort of a lifestyle song, you know, just kind of about being who you are and kind of standing up for yourself and just a little bit of girl power going on in there.”
Miranda continues on her Certified Platinum tour with a show tonight in Dallas, Texas. She shares the bill with special guests Justin Moore and Sunny Sweeney.
A traffic reporter in Baltimore was supposed to be standing by for a live traffic report. When the reporter in the studio throws it to him, he is sitting in his car in the drive-thru line. He actually continues to place his order while on live TV.
Luke Bryan will release his final Spring Break album, Spring Break . . . Checkin’ Out, tomorrow. The collection will contain five new, original songs all co-written by Luke, plus all six songs from last year’s EP.
He’ll follow the release of his Spring Break album with two free shows at Spinnaker Beach Club in Panama City Beach on Wednesday (March 11th) and Thursday (March 12th).
He said that the shows on the beach will be one of the things he misses most since this is his final year.
Luke just released a new music video for “Spring Breakdown,” one of the new tunes off his Spring Break . . . Checkin’ Out album. The clip features footage from the past six Spring Break shows highlighting some of the favorite moments, as well as Luke recording the song in the studio earlier this year.
A construction crew’s digger was called over to a nearby mud pit to help dig out a trapped elephant in Kenya. The elephant spent about 12 hours trapped by the mud. Thankfully, construction was taking place nearby. A path was dug out for the elephant. He then proceeded to make his way back into the brush.
Shania Twain‘s new Still the One Live From Las Vegas CD and DVD arrives in Walmart stores today. Produced by Shania, Live from Vegas captures the full Shania: Still the One stage performance at at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, along with over an hour of never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage tracking the conception, training, and rehearsals.
The show features a 13-piece live band, dancers, trained horses, a flying motorcycle and plenty of Vegas flash.
The CD features 19 songs while the DVD includes 25 performances.
Shania: Still The One Live From Las Vegas aired on Friday night on ABC.
Dakota Johnson’s debut as host of Saturday Night Live over the weekend has sparked a bit of controversy. Viewers of the show have expressed outrage over a sketch where Dakota goes off to join the terrorist group ISIS.
The skit was a parody of the Toyota commercial showing a father dropping his daughter to enter the army. The joke was that instead of the army, Dakota’s character is joining ISIS. It also included cast member Kyle Mooney saying the line, “Death to America.” The bit ends with the slogan, “ISIS: We’ll take it from here, Dad.”