Carrie Underwood showed off her "messy" Christmas tree on social media, sharing pictures of the special ornaments her sons chose. "For those who heard my messy Christmas tree story in Vegas, this is a classic ornament my boys picked out," she writes on a photo in her Instagram Stories. The one ornament is a red raptor wearing a Santa hat and carrying a large candy cane. The second ornament is a robot.
Dustin Lynch's family enjoys the Chevy Chase holiday movie Christmas Vacation so much that they have made it part of their celebration. "We watch that movie every year together," he reveals. "And actually cousin Eddie delivers a gift. Santa quit bringing me gifts and now cousin Eddie brings me a gift every year that has something to do randomly with the movie. We've got Jell-O. We got a dog bowl from Snots or for Snots. But yeah. It's just been bizarre stuff."
Jordan Davis' idea of perfect holiday night is snuggling up with his family and watching Christmas movies. "Some of my favourite things at the holiday - every night me, Kristen and the kiddos, we pick a Christmas movie, we watch it, or at least try to watch it, start to finish," he shares. "When you spend 120 to 150 days a year gone, I truly cherish those times where all five of us are on the couch, hanging out, watching a movie. As small as that is, that is truly my favourite thing about the holidays."
Jon Pardi is celebrating over 110 days of sobriety. He made the decision to stop drinking to improve both his physical and emotional health. Throughout the year, Jon had to postpone several stops on his Mr. Saturday Night Tour because of health issues. He previously shared that he was dealing with a prostate infection and was also pre-diabetic. "I was pre-diabetic and I was just like, I gotta stop," he says. "But I will say I'm retired. Doesn't mean I can't come out of retirement, but for right now it's been great." Another benefit has been the weight loss. "It just fell off my face," Jon says. "And I really was getting to the point where every picture, every video, I was so unhappy with myself and it was just like, where I was going, I needed to just take a break." Staying sober is just one of the things Jon is focused on for the new year. He's also hoping to put out an album that will be "bigger and better" than ever before.
Luke Combs has launched a new tumbler to help support a fan who was hit with a lawsuit for selling unauthorized homemade merchandise through Amazon. The tumbler features various versions of his logo, photos of Luke, his Gettin' Old album cover and more. It's for sale through his official online store. Proceeds will benefit Nicol Harness and her family.
Jelly Roll, Keith Urban and Dan + Shay are all part of the lineup for The Voice's Season 24 finale show. Jelly Roll will perform "Save Me." Dan + Shay, who will be coaches on the show for Season 25, will play the title track from their album Bigger Houses, and Keith Urban will take fans back to 2016 with a performance of his grammy-nominated hit "Blue Ain't Your Color." The show will air December 19th on NBC.
Morgan Wallen, Cody Johnson, Bailey Zimmerman and Carly Pearce are just some of the stars who have joined the lineup for New Year's Eve Live: Nashville's Big Bash. Other artists performing include Kane Brown, Jon Pardi, Megan Moroney, Parker McCollum, Hardy and Jackson Dean. Blake Shelton will perform with Trace Adkins and Brothers Osborne will duet with Trombone Shorty. Previously-announced performers are Old Dominion, Lainey Wilson, Thomas Rhett, Lynard Skynyrd and Elle King, who is also hosting the show. Dustin Lynch will perform live from New York City. The five-hour New Year's Eve celebration airs live on CBS starting at 7:30.
Luke Combs took to social media on Wednesday to address a lawsuit that was filed on his behalf. It involves a fan who was selling unauthorized homemade Luke Combs merchandise through Amazon. He decided to respond when he saw a news report about Nicol Harness being hit with a lawsuit ordering her to pay Luke $250,000 after reportedly selling 18 tumblers for $20 apiece, totaling $380. Nicol has congestive heart failure and is unable to work a full time job. She said she never meant to harm Luke Combs and pulled the tumbler down. She noticed there was a problem when she was in the hospital and was unable to access the money she earned on Amazon. She later found an email in her spam folder from Luke's legal team saying that she had 21 days to respond. She missed the deadline because she never saw the initial email and was in the hospital. The case was reportedly closed and the judge ordered each defendant to pay $250,000. In his video message, Luke said he was "completely and utterly unaware" of the lawsuit and he was going to do everything in his power to "make this right." "We do have a company that goes after folks, only supposedly large corporations operating internationally that make millions and millions of dollars making counterfeit T-shirts, things of that nature, running illegal businesses," he explained. "And apparently, this woman, Nicol, has somehow gotten wrapped into that, and that makes me absolutely sick to my stomach." Luke has spoken with Nicol. He promised to send her $11,000, which is double the amount that is locked up in her Amazon account, plus he is going to launch a tumbler in his official store and share the money with Nicol and her family. Luke also revealed that he has invited Nicol and her family to a show so that he can give her a hug and "say sorry in person."