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Eric Stonestreet Sings With Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood About Kim Kardashian's Divorce (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 10th 2011 6:00AM
Brad Paisley, Eric Stonestreet, Carrie Underwood, 'The 45th Annual CMA Awards'Eric Stonestreet came onto the stage at 'The 45th Annual CMA Awards' (Wed., 8PM ET on ABC) with a mission. While these superstars of country music were busy celebrating their industry and receiving awards for their work this past year, they were ignoring the elephant in the room.

"I think you forgot to sing a song about what's weighing on everyone's mind in this room," Stonestreet told hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood. "The divorce of Kim Kardashian and What's-His-Name."

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Brad Paisley Performs for Four-Year-Old Fan on 'GMA' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Jul 15th 2011 12:45PM
Brad Paisley performs 'Nobody's Fool' from the 'Cars 2' soundtrack on 'Good Morning America'With two songs on the 'Cars 2' soundtrack, Brad Paisley could be opening up a whole new, younger audience for himself. That was certainly the case Friday morning on 'Good Morning America' (weekdays, 7AM on ABC), when Paisley performed his song 'Nobody's Fool' for a crowd that included a four-year-old lifelong fan.

Anchor Robin Roberts was interviewing Paisley, who was named CMA Entertainer of the Year and will co-host the awards with Carrie Underwood in November, and asked him what his favorite song to perform was. "Anything new that's a hit, anything that's brand new, because you haven't worn it out and you're still experimenting with it," said Paisley, noting he was learning in front of the fans.

Roberts pointed to the boy in the crowd, who was hoisted on his father's shoulders, and suggested Paisley use him as inspiration. The father said it was his son's fourth birthday, and that Paisley had been his favorite "ever since he was two" years old. "His whole life," Paisley said. It doesn't get too much more brand new than that.

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Taylor Swift Gives Emotional CMA Awards Acceptance Speech (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 12th 2009 11:25AM
Kanye West's bum-rush of the stage during last September's VMA Awards while Taylor Swift accepted for Best Female Video served as fodder for parodies and jokes on several different occasions during last night's 43rd Annual CMA Awards show. In addition, Swift scored big by snagging a total of four awards including Entertainer of the Year.

During the award show, country stars took jabs at West who interrupted Swift's VMA speech and loudly proclaimed Beyonce should have won instead, including Grand Ole Opry Star Little Jimmy Dickens who jokingly interrupted Carrie Underwood while she praised Brad Paisley's song "Welcome to the Future" and announced to the assembled crowd that Swift's music is superior.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Taylor Swift Is Star of CMA Awards, Wins Entertainer of the Year

by Donald Deane, posted Nov 12th 2009 10:29AM
Last night's 43rd Annual CMA Awards was dominated by Taylor Swift, who managed to sweep all four categories she was nominated in, including the coveted Entertainer of the Year Award. Of course, there were the requisite Kanye West jokes for his crashing of Swift's VMA acceptance speech in September, but the night was more about Swift's history-making win as the youngest person, and one of only a few women, to be named Entertainer of the Year.

The 19-year-old Swift beat out Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, George Strait and Keith Urban for the award, and also won Best Female Vocalist, Video of the Year for 'Love Story' and Album of the Year for 'Fearless.'

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What to Watch Wednesday, Nov. 12

by Kim Potts, posted Nov 12th 2008 5:00AM
'Top Chef'
(10PM, Bravo) 5th season premiere
At last, the greatest cooking show known to personkind (sorry, Bobby Flay, Emeril, etc., but it's true) hits New York City, where 17 new contestants try to win $100,000.

Padma Lakshmi, Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons are back to judge the foodie prowess of the contestants, along with food critic and author Toby Young as the newest judge.

In the super-sized, 75-minute premiere, the chefs' challenge involves shopping in various NYC neighborhoods to whip up tasty dishes influenced by the culturally-diverse 'hoods. Guest judge for the challenge: Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the world-renowned chef, i.e. definitely someone the wannabes want to impress.

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TV Squad giveaways reminder

by Keith McDuffee, posted Nov 2nd 2007 11:48AM
twin peaksIf you haven't entered our latest giveaways yet, here's a reminder that some are ending today. You've got until 5PM Eastern today to enter the Twin Peaks Definitive Gold Box edition DVDs and the Criss Angel Mindfreak season one DVDs. You've got until Monday to enter the CMA Awards iPod giveaway and the My So-Called Life complete series DVDs. Just head on over to the post linked above, read through the rules and make the applicable comment there (not here!) We'll notify the winners next week.

Good luck!

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What's on tonight: Heroes, Prison Break, Old Christine, Emeril, Studio 60

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 6th 2006 5:03PM
  • Everybody Hates ChrisAt 8, ABC has The CMA Awards.
  • CBS has a new How I Met Your Mother at 8, followed by new episodes of The Class, Two and a Half Men, Old Christine, and CSI: Miami.
  • NBC has new eps of Deal Or No Deal, Heroes, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
  • There's a new Prison Break on FOX at 8, then a new Justice.
  • The CW has a new Everybody Hates Chris at 8, then new episodes of All Of Us, Girlfriends, and The Game.
  • Lifetime has a new Lisa Williams: Life Among The Dead at 8, followed by the new movie To Have and To Hold.
  • Emeril cooks up "A Taste of Rome" on Food Network at 8.
  • At 9, PBS has a new American Experience, "The Gold Rush."
  • Discovery has a new American Chopper at 9.
  • Also at 9: GNS has a new High Stakes Poker.
  • At 10, Food Network has a new The Secret Life Of..., focusing on cowboy food.
  • Sci-Fi is showing a Threshold marathon all night.

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