COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS
KENNY CHESNEY: Morning Whiskey
Kenny Chesney celebrates the release of his new album, Hemingway's Whiskey on ABC's Good Morning America tomorrow. Kenny, who will perform "Boys of Fall," says that his fans will be able to relate to this album. "I think there are a lot of different chapters of life in this record and with every song it takes somebody on a journey, and I'm proud of that."
Keith Urban became emotional after viewing wife Nicole Kidman's new movie Rabbit Hole, according to the UK's Press Association. Nicole, who produced and starred in the film, said, "He'd seen a rough cut of the film in our living room and he'd responded to it, he then saw it last night with the music. He had such a different response that was very emotional ..."
Rabbit Hole tells the story of a couple who loses their son in a car accident. A domestic release date has not yet been announced.
Big Kenny and his wife, Christiev, have a new addition to their family. The couple adopted a baby boy, Dakota Jefferson Holiday Alphin, in July. Dakota, who's nine-months old, joins four-year-old brother Lincoln William.
Jennifer Nettles doesn't have to go far to find her style inspiration. She says her mom is her style icon. Jennifer tells DailyGlow.com, "She is in her 50s and very much a fox. She knows what she likes and has a perfect style sense of what looks good on her."
Jennifer and her Sugarland partner Kristian Bush will release their next album, The Incredible Machine, on October 19th.
LeAnn Rimes faced yet another judge as talk show host Wendy Williams chimed in on LeAnn's relationship with actor Eddie Cibrian during last Thursday's show. According to Us magazine, Wendy said that their affair was sloppy and chastised LeAnn for calling Eddie's children "my boys." She said, "The boys have a mother and her name is Brandi [Glanville]."
On her Twitter page LeAnn responded, "I'm incredibly disappointed to see someone with that kind of platform use it for such negativity and could be so mean and judgmental about a situation they know nothing about."