Jason Aldean decided to depart from his usual performance-driven music videos to try out his acting skills in the clip for his latest Number One hit, “Tonight Looks Good On You.” He plays the kind co-worker in the video, and Jason said that he uses the term “acting” loosely. 

“Tonight Looks Good On You” is Jason’s career 16th Number One hit and the third consecutive chart-topper off his Old Boots, New Dirt album.

He continues on his Burn It Down 2015 tour with a show at the California Mid-State Fair in Paso Robles on Friday. On Saturday, he and co-headliner Kenny Chesney take the stage at the historic Rose Bowl in Pasadena.


News just broke yesterday that Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert were ending their four-year marriage, and now it is reportedly done. TMZ reports a judge has already signed off on the couple’s divorce documents making them each officially single.

Blake filed papers to divorce Miranda two weeks ago. Things were easily divided between the two superstars due to their prenuptial agreement.

There’s been rumor and speculation that Blake may have cheated on Miranda throughout the course of their marriage, but a source told People magazine that is definitely not the case. The source said, “Blake is just that incredibly loyal and dedicated husband. I can guarantee you he has been faithful to that woman.”

Regardless of the reason, Miranda was visibly upset during her performance on Saturday, July 18th, at Cheyenne Frontier Days in Wyoming. She was too emotional to sing “The House That Built Me,” so she asked her fans to sing it for her as she wiped tears from her eyes.




Kelsea Ballerini performed on FOX & Friends on Friday and honored the four Marines who were killed in the tragic shooting in Chattanooga on Thursday. She honored the fallen heroes with a rendition of “Amazing Grace.”





This could be the cutest dog video out there! Watch this dog tell on his best friend for making a huge mess!



Tom Cruise is known for doing his own stunts. However, for his role in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, he went above and beyond. Check out the video, promoting the new movie, where you can watch him hang onto an A400M Airbus while it takes off.

Sure to make your palms sweat!


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Josh Turner sang a beautiful rendition of, “God Bless America” at the 2015 MLB All Star Game last night!

Check it out!



CMA Music Festival performances by Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Lee Brice, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Brett Eldredge, Randy Houser, Sam Hunt, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Maddie & Tae, Kip Moore, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker, Cole Swindell, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, Chris Young, and Zac Brown Band will all be featured on CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock. The ABC special is set to air on Tuesday, August 4th at 8 p.m. ET. It will be hosted for the third year in a row by Little Big Town.

Country’s Night To Rock was filmed over the course of the four-day Festival, which took place in downtown Nashville in June.


Kenny Chesney’s career eighth performance at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field over the weekend broke his own record for a single night country music show, selling 55,131 tickets to his The Big Revival 2015 tour.

Kenny played for nearly two hours, welcoming Eric Church for an acoustic version of “When I See This Bar,” followed by “Livin’ In Fast Forward.”

Kenny’s new single, “Save It for a Rainy Day,” hit home with his fans at the concert as much as it did the singer.

“Save It for a Rainy Day” follows three Number One hits from Kenny’s current album, The Big Revival.


Magic Mike XXL is opening in theaters today! The film stars Channing Tatum and Joe Manganiello, and it’s expected to be even more arms-, abs- and butt-centric than 2012’s original Magic Mike, which had women flocking to theaters. Time culture writer Eliana Dockterman says that the studio isn’t being subtle about how it’s promoting Magic Mike XXL and argues that the movie’s stars are helping bring in an era of what she calls “man-jectification.” Dockterman says, “There were always handsome leading men, but they were rarely subject to the same scrutiny as women. . . .  Male directors who dominate the industry shoot films from the male perspective, allowing the camera to linger on beautiful women and judge them.” She writes, “Is turnabout fair play? Magic Mike XXL seems to think so.”