These funny Photoshop manipulations are one better than "stars without makeup" photos. They aren't just celebrities without makeup -- they're celebrities without stylists, personal chefs or trainers, or expensive clothes. We call it 'Extreme Makeunder: Celebrity Edition.'
More than one country star made daring decisions on their prom night, but few made a bold country statements with their gowns or suits. You'll find no boots, hats or excessive rhinestones in this list of country prom pictures. Instead, you'll see a little leg, a few low-cut dresses and plenty of smiles as stars young and not-so-young reveal how they spent that magical high school moment.
George Jones was laid to rest on Thursday (May 2). After a nearly three-hour-long celebration of his life at the Grand Ole Opry, the country legend was buried during a service at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Nashville. It was an emotional day, but not one without a few smiles -- and even bursts of laughter -- as friends, family and fans shared memories of the Possum.
Toby Keith is a proud American -- no one can dare argue that. His love for the country goes far, and takes care to visit the troops who are serving the nation as often as he can. The 'Red Solo Cup' singer recently visited servicemen and women and their families on his three-country, 10-day USO tour, which began April 28 and runs through May 7.
The old Wood's Store next to the Smith-Cotton Jr. High was recently sold. CVS Pharmacy is said to be moving in to that location, but decided to start from scratch. This week, Poort Excavating fenced off the location over the weekend and tore down the structure today (April 30). You can see photos of the demolition in this slideshow provided by Kevin Walker.
If you are going to break down in the middle of a desert while on tour, the best place to do so is near a casino, right? Well, that's just what happened to Florida Georgia Line, who were, well, cruising on the road when their bus conked out, leaving them stranded.
While the competition on the field was fierce, something off of the field was more exciting than winning a game off of a penalty kick shootout. The annual Kickin' It For A Cure soccer game was held at the Susie Ditzfeld Soccer Field Thursday night (April 25). The Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers played host to the Clinton Lady Cardinals. The Lady Tigers were sporting pink home jerseys in honor of the Breast Cancer Awareness Event.
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