in Nashville reports that a small fire broke out at Loretta Lynn's
ranch home in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee yesterday morning. According to emergency personnel, the flame from a candle caused a chair in the home to catch on fire in the sun room. Nobody was injured in the incident and fire was extinguished before the emergency services arrived. In a message posted on the singer's website, Loretta and the family thanked everyone for their prayers and concerns following the small fire. Last year, a fire broke out at Lynn's Hurricane Mills ranch, destroying a concession stand and damaging several other buildings there. Officials believed that weather or a faulty power strip was the cause of that fire.
accidentally shared his personal email address with millions of his fans on Monday night, causing his inbox began to fill overflow with messages in a matter of hours. Bentley's little mishap occurred after he took a phone screen shot of an email alert from iTunes informing him that his pre-ordered copy of his album Riser
was available. But within the screen shot of the email alert, Bentley inadvertently revealed to the social media masses what his email address was. Dierks returned to the social media sites to remove the screen shot, but by that time he had already received thousands of emails from adoring fans. He later tweeted a photo of his phone's inbox showing some of the emails.
What would happen if Blake Shelton
switched places with his rival coach on The Voice
, Adam Levine
? That question was answered on Monday night when the two singers traded Twitter accounts to help kick off Season 6 of The Voice
. The social media swap took Twitter by storm and led to some rather unusual tweets from the bromancing pair. Here are some of the top tweets from Blake and Adam on Monday night. Adam tweeted from Blake's account, "@adamlevine is so good looking #VoiceFact." Blake posted this message on Adam's account, "Every time I lose an artist to another coach on The Voice, I pick up People Magazine to remind myself I'm sexier than they are." (Photo credit: www.people.com)
took to Twitter recently to respond to the criticism he got after making a surprise visit to members of a fraternity and sorority at George Mason University in Fairfax. Moore's visit to the college campus followed his performance on Lady Antebellum's
"Take Me Downtown Tour," and he took to the social media site to express his feelings toward the people that didn't want him there. While it's not clear where the criticism for his surprise performance came from, it is clear that Kip will continue to give his fans a great show regardless of those who disapprove of it.