Did you know that some of Carrie Underwood's costars in The Sound of Music are seasoned Broadway vets? Check this out. Chad explains how Carrie should be applauded for going toe-to-toe with some powerful stage divas!
It seems everyone has an opinion about Carrie Underwood's performance in Thursday's live performance of The Sound of Music on NBC. The reviews are mixed. Some loved it and thought she was brave for stepping up and tackling the role. Others thought her acting was flat and she was outperformed by her more seasoned cast. My opinion is somewhere in the middle. Look. Carrie Underwood is, first and foremost, a country/pop singer. That's what she is. That's what she does. While she may not have the most powerful set of acting chops, she sang the role of Maria Von Trapp incredibly well. And she did it by holding her own against some of Broadway's biggest divas. Wanna meet them?
Okay, Mother Nature threw us a curvevball last Saturday and dumped ice and a half a foot of snow on our Run Run Rudolph 5K. But that's not going to stop us or the Santa Claus Land of Lights from hosting this event. In fact, we have REOPENED online registrations and are ready to show you our official Run Run Rudolph t-shirts, antlers and very shiny noses! LOOK!
I don't think they're saying you should hose down your Christmas tree every night while it sits there in the corner of the living room. But it's clear that precautions must be taken when it comes to a really dry Christmas tree.
Sure they act tough now, but the yearbook photos of country music's biggest male stars prove they were all little boys at one time. In this video you'll see a smiling Eric Church, Zac Brown without the beanie, Toby Keith in a suit and so much more.
Yes, Kentucky does have the best recruiting class we've ever seen. But keep in mind what that means. John Calipari has managed to assemble a team featuring five of the country's top ten freshmen and six of the top 25 according to the ESPN 100. But, at this point, so what?
I will buy that the wind could be the culprit regarding eerie noises that have been emanating from One World Trade Center the past year. But if that's the reason, it's the obvious one. So why are news organizations covering the story using a mysterious angle?
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