• Bol News claims Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani may have a second wedding in the next couple of months. A source tells the site, “Now that things are better Covid-wise, they want to have a huge second wedding at the ranch over the long Fourth of July weekend. They’ve had their issues over where they’re going to live full-time, Gwen’s neat-freak ways at home and Blake’s feelings about converting to Catholicism, but focusing on this has brought them closer.”
  • Mickey Guyton tells People magazine that Carrie Underwood and Maren Morris are giving her parenting advice. “I talk to my friend Maren about it, Carrie Underwood about it. It’s just interesting. Once you become a mom, the moms find you. Moms really rally around you because they get it. I saw kids [and thought], ‘Oh, they’re cute.’ Move on. Now, I’m like, ‘That’s somebody’s child. There’s a mom on the other end of that or dad or two moms on the other end that are important. … I just have a whole different respect for mothers.”
  • Garth Brooks tells Whiskey Riff that the name of his new Nashville bar is going to be Friends in Low Places. “I want the Chick-fil-a of honky tonks. I want a place you go in where you feel good, you feel safe. Everybody’s got good manners. I’m hoping that there’s right when you walk in it’s a ‘Love Everybody’ stated right there. That’s what it’s about, right? So I want a place that’s just safe. That feels good.”
  • Keith Urban tells AmericanSongwriter.com that he considers America to be his second home. “We live in Nashville, that’s been home for me for 30 years now. I’ve lived in America longer than I’ve lived in Australia. I was 23 when I moved to Nashville, so it’s crazy. I still consider Australia my home, but America is my second home now.”