George Strait was the big winner at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards, taking home the prize for fan-voted Entertainer of the Year.
After beating out Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert and the show's co-hosts Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton, 61-year-old Strait said, "Wow... I always said I had the best fans in the world and I heard this was a fan-voted thing, so I rest my case ... This is so amazing. This has been an amazing past 30 years." Strait last won the award in 1990.
Faith Hill, Tim McGraw
Is there trouble in paradise for Faith Hill and Tim McGraw? No way, says the couple.
Dr Kevin Sands, Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian has gotten braces! The reality star recently got Invisalign to straighten her teeth.
"The beautiful @KhloeKardashian stopped by, always a pleasure to have her and Lamar visit!," dentist Kevin Sands tweeted along with a photo of Kardashian flashing her pearly whites.
Carrie Underwood is ready for some football.
Faith Hill's jewelry wasn't her only sparkling accessory at Sunday's Grammy Awards. The country superstar also donned braces for music's biggest night, which she attended as a presenter with husband Tim McGraw.
Tim McGraw looks good and feels good too. But things weren't always so good for the country star.
Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood
Country's hottest couple, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, were the big winners at last night's CMA Awards — but the real story of the evening was who left empty-handed.
The timing couldn't be better for this week's announcement by FX that the current — and best to date — season of Sons of Anarchy is being expanded by an extra episode (No. 14 will now air Dec. 6).
As a Beatle, Paul McCartney famously performed everywhere from Shea Stadium in New York to a rooftop in London. But it's as the recipient of the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song that Sir Paul finally headlines the White House, playing his hits for President Obama and the First Family on In Performance at the White House (tonight, 8/7c, PBS). "Paul fills arenas and stadiums, so to transfer that electricity to the intimate setting of the East Room was a challenge," says executive producer Peter Kaminsky...
Jerry Seinfeld will donate the proceeds from his Friday stand-up show in Nashville to aid flood victims.
"This is a tough time for a great city, and I'm very happy to donate the proceeds from this show to the local organizations ...