Journalists working the red carpet or press room at this year’s Country Music Awards on November 8 will have to follow a few rules: don’t ask questions about guns, the Las Vegas shooting, or “political affiliations.”
Listen up, dudes: Beyoncé’s C.M.A performance of “Daddy Lessons” was absent from the CMA’s website and social media because Beyoncé wanted it that way.
After a day of breathless speculation about whether or not Beyoncé was performing at the 50th CMA Awards, she showed up about two hours into the show to bring the house down with the Dixie Chicks and “Daddy Lessons.”
Well, it seems Beyoncé is committed to taking over every single corner of the globe in the year 2016, a plan that will apparently include an opening performance at Wednesday night’s Country Music Awards with the Dixie Chicks. Sure! Okay!
On Wednesday night, I had a grand old time watching the CMA Awards, inexplicable Ariana Grande appearance and all. But around the time Loretta Lynn showed up wearing ten tons of sequins and they ran that supercut of classic Vince Gill moments, I began to long for the fabulous country music fashions of the 1990s.
On Wednesday evening, the best and brightest of country music joined together at the Country Music Awards, one of approximately 20 awards for country music that have been televised in America this year. Let's see what they wore!
This year's Country Music Award nominees were announced on Tuesday, and, if a person were to judge the state of country music from the list — dominated by the likes of Kacey Musgraves, Miranda Lambert, and Taylor Swift — they'd probably think that maybe these women were getting country stations to play their damn…
Last night at the 46th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, stars put on their sparkliest sparkles to sparkle the night away. There were blue sparkles, red sparkles, black sparkles, and then, more sparkles. Let’s take a look!