What Jana Kramer Did When Her Husband Cheated + More Country Music News
“I smashed a bunch of stuff, and I wrote all over his wedding tux, a-hole,” Kramer admitted on the Dr. Oz Show on Friday. “I was mean, and I was angry, and I shamed him. I was rageful.”
The journey is in the couple’s new book The Good Fight: Wanting to Leave, Choosing to Stay, and the Powerful Practice for Loving Faithfully. And while promoting the book on the Dr. Oz Show, Kramer took viewers back to some of the couple’s worst days.
"I was in Orlando about to play a show and I started looking through the phone bill and I just saw a bunch of numbers that didn't add up," Kramer says about her earliest indications that her husband was unfaithful. "I remember being there with two of my other best friends at the time and I just was bawling."
Then she had to go on stage and sing I got the boy, she got the man
Jason Aldean and wife Brittany were able to lend their gorgeous estate to host the wedding of Brittany’s brother Hunter this weekend, according to Brittany’s social media.
"No hurricane was going to stop my baby brother’s wedding from being beautiful! We converted the barn full of tractors and equipment into a beautiful wedding space...and our back porch into an enchanted forest," she captioned a post on social media.
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No hurricane was going to stop my baby brother’s wedding from being beautiful! We converted the barn full of tractors and equipment into a beautiful wedding space (Swipe to see) and our back porch into an enchanted forest I’m still shocked how gorgeous it ended up being✨ Thank you @erin_creighton_ for helping pull this off last minute! @theaerobar for the amazing drinks (feelin it today lol) @mint_tulip_nashville for the unbelievable flowers @chuckwicks for officiating and making us all laugh and cry☺️ We are so happy for y’all @hdkerr @rachsweens What a special weekend it was
Saturday Night Live creator and showrunner Lorne Michaels is speaking out about dropping Morgan Wallen from the show's lineup after the singer violated coronavirus (COVID-19) protocols, saying we're "living in a different time."
Michaels called Wallen personally to deliver the news.
"He probably isn't the first country singer, the first person from rock and roll who partied after a big, in that case, a football game, or a concert," Michaels tells Willie Geist. "We're just living in a different time, and everything is scrutinized."
Morgan Wallen also shared that he planned to step away from the spotlight for a while to "work on me," admitting, "I think I have some growing up to do."
And that he was told he’d get his SNL debut at a later date