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Dolly Records/RCA NashvilleThrough the years, Dolly Parton has often joked that her exaggerated looks and big hair make her seem like a cartoon -- and now that’s become a reality: Dolly’s animated alter-ego, Little Dolly, makes her debut in a new series of lyric videos on YouTube.

The thirteen clips go along with the tracks on Dolly’s first children’s album, I Believe in You. The new musical cartoons find Little Dolly exploring well-known places in the Volunteer State, as the on-screen lyrics aim to help kids learn to read.

All the proceeds from I Believe in You go to help Dolly’s literacy non-profit, The Imagination Library. The Tennessee Department of Tourism helped produce the new videos.

You can check out the new treatments for everything from the title track to Dolly’s classic, “Coat of Many Colors,” on YouTube now.

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ABC/Image Group LAWhen Luke Bryan first learned that People had chosen Blake Shelton as its Sexiest Man Alive for 2017, he reacted much like Blake might’ve done if the situation had been reversed: by giving him grief.

But now that so many people have piled on to criticize the magazine's choice, Luke is changing his tune.

"I originally roasted him about it," Luke told Entertainment Tonight. “But then now the whole world is roasting him and now I feel bad for roasting him."

"It's very flattering and I'm happy for him,” the “Light It Up” hitmaker goes on. “I want to go on the record and say that I'm proud of my guy. And for all of the people out there that are giving him grief, I mean, Blake is a good-looking guy and he deserves it."

The two-time CMA Entertainer of the Year even admits he wouldn’t mind seeing his own face on the cover of People’s Sexiest Man Alive issue one day.

"I'm a little jelly," Luke confessed,"[But] I think he ought to enjoy [it]."

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ABC/Image Group LAHas Jon Pardi recorded a top-secret duet with Miranda Lambert? That seems to be the case, judging from Jon’s cryptic comments in a new interview with Entertainment Tonight.

Next year, the two head out together on Miranda’s Livin’ Like Hippies Tour, and not long ago, they bumped into each other while they were traveling.

“I was sitting at the airport bar -- because what else do you do in the airport? -- [when] somebody tapped me on the shoulder,” Jon recalls. “[I] turned around and it was Miranda. She was like, ‘Hey, I saw you at the bar, you’re over here by yourself. I just wanted to say hey.’ I was like, ‘That’s so awesome!’”

The two went on to discuss “some other top secret information that might come about in the third record, maybe,” Jon teases, stopping short of saying the two have done a duet.

“That’s still not official…” he adds, before bragging, “It sounds awesome!”

Jon is currently working on his follow-up to his current album, California Sunrise, as its fourth single, “She Ain’t In It,” climbs the chart. The disc's three previous singles have all gone to #1.

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ABC/Image Group LA Thomas Rhett says his new single, “Marry Me,” represents a kind of worst-case scenario for him.

“It’s my big ‘what if’ song,” he says of the third single from Life Changes. “I wrote it from the perspective of if I had never told my wife how I felt about her all those years ago. I probably would have been sitting at her wedding watching her marry someone else."

"Thankfully I DID tell her how I felt -- it makes for a great song concept that so many people can relate to.”

Most country fans know how TR and wife Lauren’s love story worked out. Just this October, they celebrated their fifth anniversary, during a year that saw them adopt their daughter Willa from a Ugandan orphanage and welcome their first biological child, Ada.

Thomas Rhett also wrote his smash “Die a Happy Man” based on his real-life relationship with Lauren.

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ABC/Image Group LAIt was simply “Meant to Be”: Florida Georgia Line’s collaboration with pop star BeBe Rexha is their new country single.

Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley didn’t originally expect the song would find a home on country radio, but they’ve decided to release it as a single, since some stations have already been playing it.  

“Some of the coolest moments for us have been the ones we never planned,” says Tyler, who co-wrote "Meant to Be."  “Going into the writing session that day in L.A., we had no idea that it would turn into this. Seeing how the fans are connecting to the vibe and message of ‘Meant to Be’ has been really amazing."

As of now, you won’t find the tune on an FGL record, however. It’s on BeBe Rexha’s All Your Fault: Pt. 2 EP.

If you’re a Comcast Xfinity customer, you can watch a special on-demand performance of “Meant to Be” after Sunday’s American Music Awards.  FGL vies for Favorite Country Duo or Group on the show, and is set to perform their other pop hit, “Let Me Go,” with Hailee Steinfeld, Alesso and watt. The 2017 American Music Awards start Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

Florida George Line's current country hit, "Smooth," is still climbing in the top 15, as the pair work on their follow-up to Dig Your Roots.

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CMTIt’s the end of the road for Deacon Claybourne, Juliette Barnes and the Nashville gang: the upcoming sixth season of the CMT drama will be its last.

A promo for the premiere on the show's Twitter account serves as the only confirmation from CMT so far: "Let's find the way back home. Come and find me. #NashvilleCMT: The Final Season. New episodes start Thursday, January 4 on @CMT," the post reads.

Executive producer Marshall Herskovitz issued a statement about the show's cancellation: “All of us on Nashville are so incredibly grateful to the show’s fans, who convinced CMT to give us a chance to keep telling the story of these remarkable characters. And we want to return the favor with a final season that celebrates all the joys and passions, twists and turns -- and amazing music! -- that made Nashville such an exciting journey for the last six years.”

Nashville premiered on ABC in the fall of 2012 and ran for four seasons before being cancelled in May of 2016. Shortly after, CMT picked up the show that follows the up-and-downs of both major stars and up-and-comers in Tennessee’s “it” city.

CMT made a major change midway through the show’s fifth season, killing off its central character, Rayna Jaymes, who was played by Connie Britton.

Nashville's sixteen-episode final run is set to start the first Thursday in January on CMT.

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Comstock/Thinkstock Tim McGraw and Faith Hill scored their first #1 hit together in 1997 with the lead single from Tim's Everywhere album. Can you recall the title of their iconic duet? ANSWER:  "It's Your Love."

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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill joined Jimmy Fallon on Thursday's Tonight Show for a Family Feud-inspired game called "Search Party."

Faith's team -- consisting of Jimmy and James Poyser, from Fallon's house band, The Roots, took on Tim and The Roots' Questlove and Tariq Trotter.

A representative from each team was called up to a podium by Tonight Show announcer Steve Higgins, and asked to guess the most popular answers to Google search questions and enter them into a computer. The winner's team then took turns guessing the remaining answers, without getting two strikes against them. Otherwise, the opposing team had a chance to guess correctly and win the round.

McGraw's team won the game.

Later on, the country superstars, who have been married for 21 years, chatted with Fallon about the first time they met, their Soul2Soul tour and their oldest daughter Gracie's first date. Tim says it went well, at least from his perspective.

"We're doing a barbecue, so I'm in the kitchen and I forget that he's coming. So, I have a white apron on and a knife and I'm trimming meat up, so I've got chunks of meat all over this white apron...blood everywhere," he explains. "And the [doorbell] rings and I go and answer the door and there's this kid who's dating Gracie and I've got a knife in my hand and a bloody apron on."

Jokes Tim, "It worked out really well." The couple also has two other daughters, Audrey and Maggie.

Tim and Faith closed the evening with their first Tonight Show performance, singing "Break First," from their first duet album, The Rest of Our Life, available now.

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Arista Nashville/McGraw Music/Sony Music EntertainmentFor Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, the day that was more than twenty years in the making has finally come.  Today, the couple releases their very first full album of duets together, titled The Rest of Our Life.

At the same time, the two get the chance to look back on a year of touring together, as their Soul2Soul concert special premieres at 9 p.m. ET tonight on Showtime.

For Faith, there’s no denying it:  it’s been a wild ride.

“It is an adventure to be on the road together,” she says. “I mean we’ve done it before but this is only our what, fourth time?”

“Fourth time, third Soul2Soul [tour], but fourth time touring together, yeah,” Tim answers her.

“I love it,” Faith declares. “I mean it’s fun. Of course I haven’t toured in a while, so you’re just manning the tour.”

“It's fresh to her!” Tim laughs.

It’s still so fresh, in fact, the superstar couple has extended their run into 2018, resuming May 31 in Richmond, Virginia.  And they say that being able to sing their new material together on tour is just icing on the cake.

“To be doing it as long as we’ve been doing it,” Tim says thoughtfully, “and touring and playing music and being married and to still be able to go out at this point in our career and have this much fun, and for the first time having an album that we made together, and be playing new music and have such a great band and such a great setup and such a great crew....I mean… “

“I love it. I mean, it’s fun,” Faith adds, finishing his thought.

The couple's new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, “Mississippi Woman, Louisiana Man,” also opens today in downtown Nashville.

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Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Grand Ole Opry star John Conlee will release his new album, Classics 3, on January 26. In addition to hits like "Got My Heart Set on You," the record also includes several new songs.

Both Wynonna and Craig Campbell will perform at the 2017 National Christmas Tree Lighting. You can watch the ceremony December 4 on Hallmark Channel.

Lee Ann Womack and Willie Nelson have recorded a new version of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" for the holiday season. You can preview the track on Soundcloud now.

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ABC/Image Group LAWith his debut single currently in the top 20, newcomer Devin Dawson will mark another career first this weekend.

The California native will make his Grand Ole Opry debut this Saturday night in Nashville at the Mother Church Church of Country Music: Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.  You can be sure his Opry set will include his breakthrough hit, “All on Me.”

The tune is just one of a dozen songs Devin co-wrote on his debut album, Dark Horse, which is set to come out January 19.

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ABC/Image Group LAIt’s taken Tim McGraw and Faith Hill more than twenty years to make an album together. And now that The Rest of Our Life is finally ready, you can bet you’ll be seeing a lot of the superstar couple.

Thursday night, Tim and Faith are set to sing on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, starting at 11:35 p.m. on NBC. Then on Friday, they kick off the record’s release day on the Today show, beginning at 7 a.m. on NBC.

If you happen to be in Nashville, you can stop by and see the “Mississippi Woman, Louisiana Man” exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, as it officially opens on Friday.  That evening, you can close out the day by enjoying Tim and Faith’s latest Soul2Soul tour in the comfort of your own home, as their concert special premieres at 9 p.m. ET on Showtime.

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ABC/Image Group LA Garth Brooks picked up his sixth Entertainer of the Year trophy at last week’s CMA Awards, and he’s wasting no time living up to the title.

So far, he’s sold more than 100,000 tickets at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, which will be the final North American stop on his World Tour.

All told, that makes Music City the 17th stop on the trek where Garth has sold more than 100,000 seats. So far, more than 6.3 million fans have turned out to see his first post-retirement outing.

Garth’s seven shows in Music City start Saturday, December 9, and continue through the next two weekends, wrapping up on Saturday, December 23, with some tickets still remaining.

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Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCEven when you’re People’s Sexiest Man Alive, sometimes your hair just won’t do right. Just ask Blake Shelton.

“I don’t wanna mess with my hair,” the magazine’s current cover model confesses. “When my hair used to be brown it would do what I said, but when it goes gray it turns into a Brillo pad -- so I put a baseball cap on. The Brillo pad drives women crazy!” he adds.

As for Blake’s girlfriend, the glamorous Gwen Stefani, he says she’s flawless all the time -- even without her signature paint and powder.

“My favorite thing to see on her,” he tells People, “and I don’t mean this to sound cheesy -- is no makeup on whatsoever. She’s literally ageless. It’s unbelievable.”

You’ll find much more on Blake and Gwen in People's new Sexiest Man Alive issue, which hits newsstands on Friday.

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BMLG/Mert & MarcusIt looks like the next step in building Taylor Swift’s Reputation may be a return to the format that first made her a star.

On Thursday, Big Machine, Taylor’s record label, released the ballad “New Year’s Day” to country radio, as her new album, Reputation, continues to sell big numbers. It had already moved more than a million copies by Wednesday, following its release the Friday before. The cuts “Look What You Made Me Do” and “…Ready for It?” have already become huge pop hits.

Earlier this week, Taylor was back in Nashville, visiting with fans at a Target location in Music City.

It’s possible the timing has never been better for a country comeback for Taylor: just last week, the Country Music Association gave her its Song of the Year trophy for writing “Better Man” for Little Big Town.

You can check out Taylor’s recent performance of “New Year’s Day” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on YouTube.

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ABC/Image Group LAIf Reba McEntire has her way, a Reba reboot could become a reality.

Reba’s hit sitcom ran on the WB from 2001-2006, before moving to the CW for its final season. With new versions of everything from Full House to Will & Grace to Roseanne finding their way to TV, the country icon says her cast is raring to go.  

“A Reba reboot? Absolutely we would!” she responds enthusiastically, when asked about the prospect. “Everybody was wanting to do that. We'd love it. If everybody else would go for it, meaning the heads of the networks and things, all the actors are for it, a hundred-percent.”

Reba even believes she knows what her alter ego, Reba Hart, would be up to.

“I think she'd become a travel agent, so she gets to go to all these places to check 'em out, before she has her clients go to 'em,” Reba explains. “Then she goes to this place, and she falls in love and tours the world with him, 'cause he's real rich and he has a private plane.”

While fans wait for a Reba reboot, the musical icon’s next TV gig comes later this month, as she hosts the annual CMA Country Christmas special on ABC. You can catch it Monday, November 27 at 8 p.m. ET.  

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Comstock/ThinkstockFaith Hill managed a #1 hit with her debut single back in 1993. Can you recall the title of the lead release from Take Me As I Am? ANSWER: "Wild One."

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Burke/Triole Productions/ThinkstockWatch for Florida Georgia Line’s performance with Bebe Rexha Thursday night on The Late Late Show with James Corden. It starts at 12:37 a.m. ET on CBS.

Ricky Skaggs, Rodney Crowell and many more are featured on the new album by guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel. Accomplice One comes out January 19.

Wynonna, Emmylou Harris, Pam Tillis and Lorrie Morgan star in the new A Nashville Christmas special, which premieres December 7 on getTV.

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Courtesy PEOPLE/Time Inc.When fellow country superstar Luke Bryan found out People had named Blake Shelton its Sexiest Man Alive for 2017, he wanted to know, “Who the hell is choosing this?”

Well, the answer -- at least in part -- is People Executive Editor Kate Coyne.

Even she admits Blake is a choice a lot of folks didn’t see coming.

“I think it's unexpected, unless you're a Blake Shelton fan, in which case, it's long overdue,” Coyne points out. “You know, I think going back to the year we made Adam Levine Sexiest Man Alive, that year also very much put Blake on our radar.”

In addition to some help from his rival on The Voice, Blake’s romance with Gwen Stefani propelled him toward the magazine’s cover.

“He's such a great guy,” Coyne goes on, “but now more than ever, he's being so open about how very much in love he is with his girlfriend Gwen Stefani, but also with her three boys, how much he adores them. And it's provided a window into his personality, which really makes him even more appealing.”

Coyne says there’s no two ways about it: It was simply Blake’s year.

“He's self-deprecating, he's hilariously funny, he's incredibly down to earth,” she adds. “And it just made him a hands-down winner, in a lot of ways.” 

Another of Blake’s fellow country superstars, Keith Urban, puts it all in perspective:  “I think one of the guys who won it one year was asked -- I've forgotten who it was -- they said, you know, 'How does it feel to be the Sexiest Man Alive?' He said, 'Better than Sexiest Man Dead!'” he laughs. “There you go!”

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ABC/Image Group LAKelsea Ballerini’s sophomore album is Unapologetically a hit.

The Knoxville, Tennessee native moved more than 44,000 copies of her record in its first week, enough to debut at #3 on Billboard’s country albums chart, and at #7 on the all-genre ranking.

Meanwhile, the set’s lead single, “Legends,” has made a place for itself in country’s top 20. Kelsea will sing her hit next Tuesday morning on Live with Kelly and Ryan, before performing on the season 25 finale of Dancing with the Stars that night.

You can catch Live with Kelly and Ryan following Good Morning America on most ABC stations. DWTS airs at 8 p.m. ET on ABC as well.

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