This episode carries on where the last left off, with the aftermath of Olivia kissing Juliette. The latter backs away, angry, discovering that the couple were grooming her for a threesome. She tells Olivia to leave and gets out of the city as fast as possible, returning to Nashville to write with Avery. She tells him what happened, and he convinces her she doesn’t need to be pushed around by rich people like the Wentworths. Juliette flies to Dallas just to confront the pair and throw carefully calculated abuse at them, and it looks like they’ve been written out of the show. The shocker comes when Charlie turns up at her house to tell her he’s falling in love with her.
Superstar and ACM Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan kept fans on their feet during two sold-out concerts this weekend at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. The shows were a part of Luke's "Dirt Road Diaries Tour," which has sold-out all concerts in advance, including a five minute sell-out for both Nashville shows. Support acts this weekend included Florida Georgia Line and Thompson Square on Friday and Cole Swindell and Dierks Bentley tonight.
Drama, drama, drama. Way too much drama this past week.
In case you've been living under a rock, there's been a whole big brouhaha after Zac Brown went after Luke Bryan and his newest single That's My Kind of Night. In an interview with Vancouver's 93.7 last week, Zac stated in no uncertain terms that That's My Kind of Night was the worst song ever.
People got pissed.
Zac then took to the Zac Brown Band's Twitter to clarify his comments, saying that what he had said was okay because he likes Luke and Luke's music, he just hates this newest song, which is actually fine because Luke hadn't written the song himself anyway.
Disclaimer: All posts written by guest writers on this website are solely that writer's opinion and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the other writers and/or site owner. I respect their opinions and so should you, even if you don't agree with it.
On August, 28th 2013 Merriweather Pavilion was flooded with country music fans and they all had the same goal in common, to see Luke Bryan shake it. Standing in the meet and greet line I noticed everyone seemed to be anxiously awaiting Luke's arrival. Most of the conversations consisted not of his music, but of his incredibly good looks. Part of me felt like saying, "Excuse me, what about his music?" I guess I am old school when it comes to my country music. Luke eventually made his way into the meet and greet which clearly caused major anxiety for every girl in that line. I walked up and greeted him in my own charming fashion…
"Where did you buy those jeans? Baby gap?"
*laughs* "That's a good one girl!"
Okay, maybe not exactly charming but hey everyone loves a good sense of humor, right?
Unfortunately, my shenanigans with Luke caused me to miss most of the opening acts. Kelleigh Bannen started the show off. I was able to catch the first song though. I've actually seen Kelleigh perform before and she is one of my favorite female artists. Her voice? perfect. Her style? amazing. Most of you will know her by her most popular single "Sorry On The Rocks."