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Kelsea Ballerini is working on new music. She's using the lessons learned from the success of her Rolling Up The Welcome Mat to inspire her new project. "It's been the most freeing chapter of writing music. It really has. I think with 'Welcome Mat,' I never really, I didn't think about it. I wrote it for me really, selfishly, and I put it out just in case anyone else had experienced something like that. And it's changed my life in every way," Kelsea told Music Mayhem. "And so I think because of that, I've gone back and I've kind of analyzed it without the emotion and attachment to it and gone like, 'Okay, well why did this work like this?' And I realized it was just detail of truth-telling and not being scared to go a couple layers deeper." She's also been hinting on social media that there might be some acting in her future. All Kelsea said was, "Yeah, I think there's been something."
Post Malone is teasing new music from his upcoming country album. This time it involves a song with Blake Shelton. He shared a clip of the track on social media late Thursday. Blake responded with eyeball emojis. His wife, Gwen Stefani, also commented saying she "can't handle this much cool and cute." Post Malone hasn't officially revealed details about the new project, but we do know that a number of high-profile country artists are on the project. The first track released is the number one "I Had Some Help" with Morgan Wallen. In addition to Blake Shelton, the project is expected to include Ernest, Luke Combs and Brad Paisley.
Morgan Wallen's This Bar & Tennessee Kitchen was supposed to open this weekend, unfortunately, they've had to postpone it. "We're proud of our team who has worked tirelessly to prepare Morgan Wallen's This Bar & Tennessee Kitchen for opening," the statement reads. "The ground-up construction of a six-story venue launching with hundreds of team members is a tremendous amount of work and a complex process. When we open, we want This Bar to be an exceptional experience for guests. Unfortunately, the process requires more time, and we are not able to open and provide that experience this Memorial Day weekend. Rest assured it will be well worth the wait. We look forward to welcoming guests soon." A new opening date has not been revealed. Billboard quoted a source who says that the venue is waiting for its final inspections and the delay has nothing to do with the Nashville Metro Council's decision to deny approval for the bar's exterior sign.
On May 21st, the Nashville Metro Council voted to reject Morgan Wallen's 20-foot external sign for his This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen, which is scheduled to open Memorial Day weekend. Three members voted in favour of the sign, 30 members voted against it and four council members abstained. Some members of the council said they rejected the sign because of the controversy surrounding Morgan. "I don't want to see a billboard up with the name of a person who's throwing chairs off of balconies and who is saying racial slurs," at-large council member Delishia Porterfield said, according to The Tennessean. "Mr. Wallen is a fellow East Tennessean. He gives all of us a bad name," District 14 council member Jordan Huffman said. "His comments are hateful. His actions are harmful." They are referring to Morgan's use of a racial slur in January 2021 and his arrest for throwing a chair off the rooftop of a bar on April 7th. He was booked on three felony counts of reckless endangerment and one misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct. Morgan will appear in a Nashville court in August.
Last night was a big night for Lainey Wilson. After her performance on The Voice finale she was surprised onstage by Reba McEntire with an invitation to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Lainey was very emotional as Reba presented her with a custom-made belt buckle that read, "Opry Lainey 2024," as she got a standing ovation from the judges and audience. "Holy moly!," Lainey shouted as she hugged Reba. "That's a birthday gift right there! My family's over here tonight and I will say they took me to Nashville when I was 9 years old and we went to the Grand Ole Opry and we saw Bill Anderson, Crystal Gayle and Little Jimmy Dickens. I knew that I wanted to play there, I wanted to do it. And it is so crazy that you are asking me to be a member because I look up to you so much. I'm not talking about just musically, but the way that you carry yourself and your work ethic. You inspire me every day."
Luke Combs has just become the latest artist to fall on stage during a show. He was playing at Levi's Stadium when the accident happened. Luke just started singing "Beer Never Broke My Heart" when he walked toward the front of the stage and fell down. About two seconds after he hit the stage, Luke declared himself safe with a baseball gesture. He was able to get up on his own and laughed it off.
Lainey Wilson's new bar, Bell Bottoms Up, will be opening very soon. In a video posted on social media, Lainey revealed that the new establishment will celebrate its grand opening on May 31st. If you see the video, don't think you're going to get a sneak peek at the venue...the camera fades to black before you can get a good look at the place. Lainey and Miranda Lambert are the only women with their own food and entertainment venues in the Broadway district. Morgan Wallen, Luke Combs and Old Dominion will all be opening their businesses soon.
Martina McBride is a judge on a new reality competition show called Second Chance Stage. The series is produced by Chip and Joanna Gaines and will air on the Magnolia Network. It will give performers of all types an opportunity to pursue their entertainment dreams after putting them on hold for years or decades. The show will feature singers, dancers, comedians and more showing off their talents in front of a live audience and a panel of judges. Actor Taye Diggs and SNL cast member Heidi Gardiner are judging alongside Martina. Former NFL player and sports broadcaster Emmanuel Acho will be the host. The winner will receive $100,000. The show is also filmed in front of talent scouts, agents and producers who are looking for the next big star. Second Chance Stage is expected to premiere this fall.

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