Taylor Swift has plenty of nicknames (like T-Swizzle, Swifty, Tay Tay and T-Swift, just to name a few). And while the pop-country superstar doesn't seem to mind most of the endearing terms that her fans and friends create for her, one nickname -- which was given by none other than former tourmate Brad Paisley -- did earn the distinction of worst nickname ever for the 22-year-old.
Robert Pattinson is known worldwide as the star of the 'Twilight' franchise of films, but many fans may not be aware that the actor is also an amateur musician. In a recent appearance on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' Pattinson revealed that he once unintentionally dismissed country superstar Brad Paisley while looking at guitars in a Nashville music shop.
Hosting the CMA Awards is old hat for Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley, as the duo embarks on its fifth co-hosting stint. In the uncut promo for the 46th annual CMAs, Underwood and Paisley admit that in order to stay sharp, they have to practice their hosting skills all year long and they do so in front of tough crowds, like senior citizens at bingo, kids at a birthday party and diners at Danny's. One thing we learn in this promo? Paisley has a real gift for physical comedy.
When Carrie Underwood played to an ecstatic hometown Nashville crowd over the weekend, she didn't come to the Bridgestone Arena stage without a few surprises up her sleeve. The 'Good Girl' hitmaker put on an intense concert on Sunday (Sept. 23) with five costume changes, a tornado and a flying stage. But even the songstress herself was caught off guard when Brad Paisley walked on stage to join her for a duet. The result? Endless screaming and cheering from the audience.
This year will be the fifth time Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley team up to host the CMA Awards. After so many successful hosting gigs, you can't help but wonder why Underwood and Paisley don't try their hands at hosting some... other things. And that idea is exactly what three hilarious new 2012 CMA Awards commercials explore.
With dozens of awards and accolades under his belt, Brad Paisley was the perfect person to lead the charge in closing out the the pre-taped 'CMA Music Festival' special on Monday. When Paisley took the stage back in June, he started out by singing the first few words of 'This Is Country Music' and playing along with his acoustic guitar -- and then something magical happened.
WKDQ has teamed up with Fox 44 to give one lucky couple a chance to win dinner for two, Front Row Tickets for Brad Paisley on October 4th at the Ford Center and Meet and Greet Passes for Brad! To win just watch the X Factor.
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