"To be honest, I've never spoken publicly about what my religious beliefs are. I'm not professed to be a Muslim," Malik told British Vogue.
'Hee Haw' featured performances from the crème de la crème of the country music community, but Clark was a star in his own right, and an incredibly accomplished musician.
"Give me a little baby hint," Underwood's co-host Brad Paisley pestered. "Johnny or June? Keith or Nicole? Garth or Trisha? George or Tammy? Tim or Faith? Waylon or Willie?"
"Tonight, let's celebrate their lives, let the music unite us with love and their enduring memory," Brooks announced at the start of the ceremony.
There was one particular reason for the success of "Drowns the Whiskey" on country music radio, as far as Lambert was concerned.
“We want to take a second to remember her infectious spirit and her undeniable talent. Beverly, we love you so much," Carson Daly announced on the first live results show of Season 15.
New Orleans bandleader Claude Bryant will certainly think twice the next time someone asks to take the mic during one of his sets. Bryant and his band, Claude Bryant and the All Stars, were playing their regular Thursday night gig on Nov. 8 at Cafe Negril, a popular Frenchmen Street bar were Aguilera and her crew were enjoying a night off of their Liberation Tour. Inspired by the music, Aguilera, 37, decided to approach Bryant to sing a tune. “I was just like, ‘Let me just get up on stage and jam with this guy, maybe I’ll sing a song,’ ” Aguilera recalled to a sold-out crowd the next night during her concert at the Saenger Performing Arts Center, according to video captured by The Advocate‘s Marchaund Jones.
If this week’s results were based on talent alone, Team J.Hud would dominate the top 13. Adam Levine’s team would possibly not even be represented at all.
You'd think Mark Hamill was living in a galaxy far, far away. Or that he stopped following the music scene a long time ago. The Star Wars actor just had a hilarious Twitter moment where he was blissfully unaware that he was quoting one of the most talked-about songs of the moment. SEE ALSO: The never-announced Boba Fett spin-off movie isn't happening, it seems "Thank you, next," Hamill wrote, which incidentally is both the title and the chorus of the latest song by Ariana Grande. "Thank you, next"#TwitterTest4Twits — Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 10, 2018 Although Hamill wrote "you" and not "u", like the lyric is technically spelled, Grande was quick to pick up on what she thought was a salute to her song from Luke Skywalker himself. i can’t breathe https://t.co/4prdOCR1Qi — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 11, 2018 But Hamill then admitted that he was, in fact, not aware that he was quoting a hit song. "You know you're out of it when someone suggests you tweet what you think is just a random phrase that turns out to be the title of the new album by Ariana Grande, one of the most popular artists in the history of showbiz," Hamill wrote. You know you're out of it when someone suggests you tweet what you think is just a random phrase that turns out to be the title of the new album by @ArianaGrande, one of the most popular artists in the history of showbiz. #ImSorryAri #ItsUnotYou https://t.co/0VztULKx3D — Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) November 11, 2018 Grande was not in the least offended by that, though. In fact she seemed pretty entertained by the whole misunderstanding. i’m gonna tattoo this to my forehead https://t.co/5JSOXVVfjI — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 11, 2018 WATCH: This Instagrammer's artistic portraits are hilariously "accurate"