TMZ is reporting that Rascal Flatts member Joe Don Rooney is divorcing his wife of almost 17 years, model Tiffany Fallon. According to court documents, Joe Don is claiming that Tiffany had an affair with her personal trainer. Tiffany is claiming that the divorce stems from Joe Don's "habitual alcoholism and substance abuse," and that he's cheated on her as well. According to the report, both of them are denying parts of each other's story. The couple got married on April 23, 2006 and they are parents to three minor children.
Jon Pardi and his wife Summer are just weeks away from the arrival of their first child, a baby girl. Summer shared some pictures from their baby shower, which was hosted by Katelyn Brown. In one of the pictures, she is posing in front of a balloon arch and baby Presley's name is spelled out in large, lit-up letters. "Presley Fawn Pardi," Summer wrote in the caption. "We're counting down the days till we get to meet you baby girl!" She is due in February.
Luke Bryan is one of the donors to Buffalo Bills' safety Damar Hamlin's GoFundMe. Luke donated $5000 to the Chasing M's Foundation Community Toy Drive. After Damar went into cardiac arrest during the game, donations started to pour in. Almost 240,000 people have given money to the GoFundMe, which has now surpassed $8 million. Damar continues to recover in hospital.
Dolly Parton, Belinda Carlisle, Cyndi Lauper, Gloria Estefan and Debbie Harry are joining for forces for a new single, "Gonna Be You," from the movie 80 for Brady. The track was written by Diane Warren. The movie stars Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno and Sally Field as a group of women who take a trip to the 2017 Super Bowl to see their favourite player, Tom Brady, who does appear in the film. It will be in theatres February 3rd.
Luke Combs revealed to his fans on Wednesday that he has a new album coming later this year. "New album. 18 songs. March 24," he captioned with picture on social media. The project is expected to include several songs that Luke has previously teased on social media, including "Growin' Up and Gettin' Old," "Tattoo On A Sunburn," "Five Leaf Clover," and more.
Wynonna Judd was supposed to perform with Kelsea Ballerini during Nashville's New Year's Eve live concert, but a last-minute health issue kept her from hitting the stage. She was forced to cancel her performance just before the show after she suffered an episode of vertigo. They'll get another chance to perform together when Kelsea joins Wynonna on the road as a special guest for three shows during the Judds' 2023 Final Tour.
For Charles Kelley the end of 2022 marked six months of sobriety. He used his Instagram Stories to thank everyone who has supported him on his journey. Charles also acknowledged the support from his fans, especially those who connected to his song "As Far As You Could," which he wrote as a goodbye letter to alcohol. "I'm just feeling super blessed and just gonna try to keep doing the next right thing, is what I keep telling myself," Charles says. "And keep enjoying this journey. Cannot wait to get back out on the road with my band mates, and yeah, make some music. Love you guys."