KIMBERLY SCHLAPMAN: Introduces Summer Line to Oh Gussie!
Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman has added a summer line to her Oh Gussie! collection at Cracker Barrel stores. The eclectic set of new merchandise includes cast iron cookware, pottery, rain boots, a lamp and a side table.
She says, "It's full of new cozy goodies for your kitchen and home that have me giddy with excitement." Kimberly gives a peek at one of the products on her Instagram page.
She'll visit the Cracker Barrel in Fishers, Indiana on Saturday before performing on Luke Bryan's Kill the Lights Tour in Indianapolis later that night. The collection arrives in stores tomorrow
MIRANDA LAMBERT: Closes Her B&B
Miranda Lambert has closed her bed and breakfast in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. A notice posted on The Ladysmith's website says it is closed and has new management. There is no indication when it will reopen.
She previously shuttered her Pink Pistol Boutique, which is in the same town. Blake Shelton bought the property on which the boutique was located and says he has plans for it. The Pink Pistol store Miranda owns in Lindale, Texas is in the process of expanding.
Blake filed for divorce from Miranda one year ago today
KENNY CHESNEY: Delays Album, Adds Duet
Kenny Chesney is pushing back the release of his new album, Some Town Somewhere, to October 28th. It was originally scheduled to come out on Friday.
Kenny wants the album to be perfect -- and that means adding a woman's voice to "Setting the World on Fire." So he called his new friend, the pop star Pink.
Kenny says, “Pink's voice holds so many feelings all at the same time: joy, desire, a bit of toughness, a little hurt. She’s an incredible singer and has this great tone that shines but has a little wear to it, but doesn’t sound beat up."
He says adding her to the song brought the track to a whole new level.
JAKE OWEN: Daddy-Daughter Decisions
Jake Owen's three-year-old daughter Pearl is already making important decisions. For example, in case you're wondering why Jake's boat is pink, that was Pearl's choice.
Initially, she wanted it to be pink and blue, but dad didn't think that was the best decision, so he went with pink and silver-sparkle flakes.
Needless to say, the three year-old is beyond happy with the decision.