Well hellooo! Again!
One of our favorite movies Mrs. Doubtfire is getting a sequel! We can hardly believe it!
OMG! She’s so perezcious!!!
The singer shared this adorbsies photo of her daughter, saying:
“Hello World, my name is Eisele Kaye.”
Yes it is, sweet girl! And you're already brightening up the place!
Now, share more!!!
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And by 'spun out of control' we mean in the best way possible!
The annual CMA Music Festival saw Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood in white polo shirts andsweat bands, taking on Little Big Town's Jimi Westbrook and Phillip Sweet.
As you can see (above), they all brought their A game!
It was way radder than you could've ever imagined! What an awesome way to build support for an awesome cause! You'll be able to see it on ABC tonight on CMA Music Festival: Country's Night To Rock!
P.S. — Hillary Scott isn't playing for a good reason!
[Image via LITTLE BIG TOWN.]
Just in case Lady Antebellum's recent, emotionally-charged performance of Goodbye Town wasn't enough of a musical masterpiece for your earbuds…
Our favorite pop-country trio is BACK with a brand new and live rendition of Downtown, the lead single from their soon-to-released new album, Golden!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
Just SO infectious! And we're simply head over heels over Hillary Scott's high-energy, richly-textured vocal stylingz!
We cannot WAIT for this album to be released tomorrow!
CLICK HERE to buy it now!
But before you can chug down their new release this May 7th, get a little tipsy by watching the band sing their nostalgia-inducing new song Goodbye Town (above)!
Aww what a delicious cocktail of pretty melodies, relatable lyrics, and emotionally charged vocals.
JB will be joining fellow do-gooders Miley Cyrus, Jason Mraz, Pit Bull, and Lady Antebellum for The Real Change Project: Artists for Education to encourage their fans to get a great education and celebrate teachers!
The one-hour special will include performances and footage of the celebz going to their hometown where they will "sponsor" a classroom.
Founder and CEO of Real Change Productions, Liam Murphy, said: