Whitney Duncan gives reality T.V. a try again by joining CBS’ Amazing Race

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Many people are addicted to watching reality T.V. shows, but Whitney Duncan may just be addicted to being on them. 

After finishing fifth on the fifth season of Nashville Star and appearing on Survivor: South Pacific back in 2011, Whitney will once again be trying to win on a reality show, this time the Amazing Race. 

The singer announced the news on Facebook today:

In case you wonder where I've been…around the world!! Airing Sept. 26 on CBS! 

She then posted the above picture of her and the rest of the cast. 


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Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood debut video for Somethin’ Bad

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Somethin’ good hit CMT, MTV and VH1 this morning. The three Viacom Music Group channels today premiered Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood’s brand new video “Somethin’ Bad” in a cross-channel, cross-platform world premiere event at 6 a.m. ET/PT. The video debuted simultaneously across the channels and their corresponding websites CMT.com, MTV.com and VH1.com, reaching more than 100 million viewers across the three networks. The video is now live exclusively at MirandaLambert.CMT.com and CarrieUnderwood.CMT.com. The video can also be found on CMT Artists App, Palladia, and the network’s 24/7 digital music channel, CMT Pure. “Somethin’ Bad” is the second single from Lambert’s record-breaking fifth album, “Platinum.”


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55 Years Until Forever: The Legacy of Randy Travis

Randy travisRandy Travis, Dolly Parton and Janie Fricke via People/Luke Myszka

All celebrities are easily available for the incessant yet commonplace "media blitz" – whether it be positive or negative. With the advent of the Internet and social media, the mere wink of an eye is reported as major news and spreads as if it were a raging California wildfire. One subject of such a recent example is one whom is widely considered a king of country music. The man who marked a potent generational shift in the genre in the 1980s, progressing into the 2000s as a bonafide legend. That man is the legendary Randy Travis. A bonafide religious zealot and inspiration to everyone who hears his lyrics and verbal sermon, Randy has represented more than just the "one hit wonder" on the musical scene. He has successfully produced a song that touches every aspect of one's life whether it is a downfall, a celebration, family memories, sickness, praise of The Lord, regret, or uprising success. And after a courageous battle with unforeseen illness, the legend had just celebrated his 55th birthday on May 4, 2014. With the steadfast support of his significant other Mary by his side, Randy continues to rise above opposition as he always has. The naysayers who claimed his voice was too country for mainstream. The selective media who claimed him to be "old hat" before Three Wooden Crosses ripped the country scene to shreds in 2001, seemingly going on an "awards show tour". 


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