Billy and Mandy
This past weekend, during a show in South Carolina, Jake Owen had to think fast. While trying to climb up and say hello to a fan, his pants ripped! With no other option, Owen took off his shirt and tied his pants together using it.
The worst part for him, realizing it was a bad to not be wearing any underwear!
Charleston, SC will never be forgotten. My jeans ripped on stage tonight. Going commando=bad idea. Although, great breeze here. Coastal town
A new survey by Benenden Health reveals that 60% of bosses don't believe employees when they call in sick.
A can of baked beans landed on my big toe
My car handbrake broke and it rolled down the hill into a lamppost
My dog has had a big fright and I don't want to leave him
I've injured myself during sex
I slipped on a coin
My mom has died (this was the second time the person used this excuse)
I am hallucinating
I am stuck in my house because the door is broken
My new girlfriend bit me in a delicate place
My fish is sick
I'm using a new contact lens solution and my eyes are watering
The show, which benefits the ACM's Lifting Lives charity, features performances by John Fogerty, Taylor Swift, Ne-Yo, Pitbull, Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Brantley Gilbert, Faith Hill, Keith Urban, Florida Georgia Line with Nelly, Lady Antebellum and The Band Perry. Tim says it was important to do the show -- which he filmed last month in Las Vegas after the ACM Awards -- because he saw first-hand the power of Lifting Lives while on tour last year. Check out some clips of what you can expect:
A customer research firm called Marchex analyzed how often people in all 50 states cursed in recorded phone calls to businesses over the past year.
Here are the states they found that cursed the most...
Ohio, Maryland, New Jersey, Louisiana and Illinois
Here are the states that swear the least...
Washington, Massachusetts, Arizona, Texas, and Virginia
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You know Dierks will open a bar in Scottsdale called Whiskey Row.
The singer says his watering hole features "really cool details that will make it the perfect place to watch a game or listen to music or just get a few drinks with friends." Bentley's Whiskey Row is described as a "throwback to 1920's style saloon with a new country vibe," and is claiming to be Arizona's "most technologically advanced bar."
The bar will host both nationally known artists as well as local talent on a 400-square-foot stage hanging directly over the centrally-located bar, while a 24-foot TV hangs on the back wall. In addition, each booth is equipped with beer and liquor taps which will allow visitors to pour their own drinks.
Bentley is planning to officially launch Whiskey Row with a grand opening event on July 4th.