On Sunday, Trace Adkins is headed back to the boardroom, where he'll serve as Donald Trump's eyes and ears on NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice. As Boardroom Advisor to "The Donald," Adkins will oversee both celebrity teams as they provide image makeovers for country artists Emily West and Luke Bryan. Bryan will perform his single, "Rain Is A Good Thing," and West will sing her single, "Blue Sky," on the show. Emily shares, "Spending a few days hanging out with the cast of Celebrity Apprentice was really like a dream sequence, only I was awake. I kept saying to myself, 'Soak up every single moment...and look good at all times!'" The episode airs at 9 PM, ET, directly opposite the CBS telecast of The 45th Annual ACM Awards.Adkins was a runner-up to winner Piers Morgan on the popular reality series in 2008. As a result of his appearance on the show, he has raised more than a half-million dollars for his charity, The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN). On May 10, his new single, "This Ain't No Love Song," will be released to country radio, with his first album for Show Dog-Universal Music to follow in August.
Veteran Korean pitcher Chan Ho Park's long Major League career has landed him on the New York Yankees this year, but his first appearance out of the bullpen didn't go so well. But in his defense, he was sick. Reporters wanted to know more details about his illness, so that's what he gave them, albeit a little too much information.
Brett Farve is a Grandpa! Is Brett the first active NFL Quarterback to be a Grandpa? Read about it here. http://www.startribune.com/sports/vikings/blogs/89993417.html
Is your shower clean?
TOBY KEITH: On Sarah Palin's Show
Toby Keith will be one of the first guests on Sarah Palin's Fox News show, Real American Stories. On the show, Toby will talk about his song, "Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue." The show airs tomorrow (Thursday) at 10 p.m. [ET].
CARRIE UNDERWOOD: Hockey Hottie
The NHL's players have voted Carrie Underwood the hottest spouse in the league, according to ESPN.com -- and these guys can be picky. An unidentified player from the Eastern Conference says, "Many of us are good-looking guys with charm, so there is a lot to choose from. I'll take Mike Fisher's fiancee, though."
Model Willa Ford (who's married to the Dallas Stars' Mike Modano) and Hillary Duff (who's engaged to Edmonton Oiler Mike Comrie) also made the list.
LADY A, MIRANDA, LUKE BRYAN: Free Concerts in Las Vegas
Performers for the Fremont Street Experience free concerts during ACM Weekend in Las Vegas have been announced. Emily West, The Band Perry, Danny Gokey, David Nail and Lady Antebellum perform on April 16th. Joey and Rory, Gloriana, Randy Rogers Band, Luke Bryan and Miranda Lambert take the stage on April 17th. The free concerts lead up to the main event of the weekend -- the 45th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
MINDY McCREADY: Lawyer Responds to Sex Tape Allegations
Mindy McCready's lawyer has issued a statement regarding the alleged sex tape, which sources say will be released next month. Attorney Adam Dread says: "We are not aware of the production or release of the alleged film that seems to have surfaced via various media reports. However, we can confirm that any illegally obtained property, and/or fabricated footage, and the release thereof, will be dealt with swiftly following proper legal procedure."
DOLLY PARTON: Winding Down With Hannah
Dolly Parton will reprise her role of "Aunt Dolly" on one of the final episodes of the Disney Channel's Hannah Montana. Dolly, who is honorary godmother to Miley Cyrus, tells the Knoxville News Sentinel, "I'm very proud of her. I think she's a fabulous artist." No airdate has been set for Dolly's appearance on the show.
Kenny Chesney will appear on ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning on April 7th, the day after the release of the duo's book Rules for Sports and Life, which Kenny wrote the preface for.
Reba McEntire and Wynonna have been added to the Red Cross Celebrity Cabinet. As members of the cabinet, Reba and Wy will promote the Red Cross by donating their time, helping neighbors prepare for emergencies and helping those in need during disasters.
Check out this new song "Lover, Lover" by Jerrod Niemann. It is a cover of a song by Sonia Dada from 1992. Whiskey Johnson used to do this in their show. Great tune! Check it out!
I say these ladies have worked hard and deserve to celebrate! Congratulations to our Canadian Friends!
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VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The women of the Canadian hockey team politely accepted their gold medals and waved to an adoring crowd. And then the real celebration began.
More than half an hour after they beat the United States 2-0 on Thursday, the players came back from the locker room and staged a party on ice -- swigging from bottles of champagne, guzzling beer and smoking cigars.
In a sport that Canada invented, there was never an option besides gold, and with it finally in hand, the home team let loose.
Meghan Agosta and Marie-Philip Poulin posed wearing goofy grins. Rebecca Johnston actually tried to drive the ice-resurfacing machine. Haley Irwin poured champagne into the mouth of Tessa Bonhomme, gold medals swinging from both their necks.
The celebration raised eyebrows at the IOC, which said it would look into the matter. Informed of the antics by The Associated Press, Gilbert Felli, the IOC's executive director of the Olympic Games, said it was "not what we want to see."
"I don't think it's a good promotion of sport values," he said. "If they celebrate in the changing room, that's one thing, but not in public. We will investigate what happened."
Poulin, who scored both goals, doesn't turn 19 -- legal drinking age in British Columbia -- until next month. The drinking age in Alberta, where the Canadian team trains, is 18. Photos showed Poulin on the ice with a beer in her hand.
"We understand that they were asked to go back onto the playing field after the stadium had emptied to take a photo," IOC spokesman Mark Adams said. "We understand that some people may have felt that their behavior was over-exuberant."
Steve Keough, a spokesman for the Canadian Olympic Committee, said the COC had not provided the alcohol nor initiated the party.
"In terms of the actual celebration, it's not exactly something uncommon in Canada," he said.
While the committee does not condone irresponsibility, Keough said, "I think Canadians understand it's quite an emotional moment for our team. It was not our intention to go against any IOC protocols."
Not even uncommon at these Olympics. After Jon Montgomery won a gold medal for Canada in skeleton, he walked through the streets of Whistler guzzling from a pitcher of beer that he gripped with two hands.
American Scotty Lago, who won a bronze in halfpipe, voluntarily left the games after a photo surfaced of a woman kneeling below his waist to kiss the medal.
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Hall In The Family: This year's Country Music Hall of Fame inductees are, in the Veterans Era Artist category, Jimmy Dean and Ferlin Husky; in the non-performer category, Billy Sherrill; and in the Modern Era Artist category, Don Williams. The honorees will be celebrated at a Medallion Ceremony later this year and recognized during the CMA Awards.
The Last five minutes of "The Miracle On Ice"
Kellie Pickler is taping the Ellen show today to air next week. Here is a clip of Kellie on the Ellen show from a few months ago. She is soooo funny!
Do you believe in Reincarnation? I'm not sure....but this will make you think.
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