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Dannielynn Birkhead & Dad Larry Make Annual Appearance at Kentucky Derby 2022

Dannielynn Birkhead is looking so grown up on the red carpet!

The 15-year-old daughter of the late Anna Nicole Smith attended the 2022 Kentucky Derby with dad Larry Birkhead on Saturday (May 7) at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.

Other stars in attendance included Jack Harlow, Michael Phelps and wife Nicole, former The View co-host Star Jones, The Talk co-host Amanda Kloots, Food Network star Bobby Flay and girlfriend Christina Perez, former Bon Jovi member Richie Sambora, Mario Lopez and wife Courtney, along with Joey Fatone.

Country music singers Sam Hunt, Morgan Wallen, and Chase Rice were also at the big event.

The night before, Dannielynn and Larry attended a pre-Kentucky Derby event where she met an iconic entertainer!

Each year, Dannielynn and Larry attend the Kentucky Derby, which is where Larry and Anna first met in 2003.

FYI: Dannielynn is wearing a Celia B dress and Betsy Johnson shoes.

Click through the gallery inside for 10+ pictures of the stars attending the Kentucky Derby…More Here! »

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Blake Shelton, George Strait, Little Big Town & More Perform at iHeartCountry Festival 2021!

Blake Shelton is up in lights on stage while performing during the 2021 iHeartCountry Festival held at The Frank Erwin Center on Saturday (October 30) in Austin, Texas.

The 45-year-old The Voice judge was just one of the many performers at the annual event, and was joined by country legends Toby Keith on stage, as well as George Strait, who surprised concert goers.

He performed his brand new song, “The Weight Of The Badge,” which is a tribute to first responders.

Little Big Town, Jake Owen, Walker Hayes, Maddie & Tae, Chase Rice and Lee Brice also performed for the festival.

Others spotted at the event included Carly Pearce, Asher Angel, Parker McCollum, Bobby Bones, Cassie DiLaura, and Emily Curl.

Click inside to see 45+ pictures of Blake Shelton, George Strait and more at the 2021 iHeartCountry Festival…More Here! »

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Chris Pratt Tracks Down His Steer In Chevrolet's New Truck Commercial - Watch Here!

Chris Pratt pets one of his steer in the new commercial for Chevrolet’s new 2022 Silverado ZR2.

The 42-year-old Guardians of the Galaxy actor joined recording artist Breland and racecar driver Chase Elliott in the new promo spot, which premiered during the opening game of the NFL season this week.

According to Chevrolet, Chris utilizes the eight available cameras to track down his steer on his ranch.

The commercial spot also featured Chad Hall, a world-renowned off-road racer and engineer, who put the truck’s off-road capabilities to the test.

Check out the full commercial below!

Just recently, Chris has been spotted on the set of his upcoming television series, The Terminal List. You can check the pics out here!

Also, be sure to check out the latest on the sequel for The Tomorrow War!

Kristin Cavallari & Chase Rice: New Couple Alert?

Kristin Cavallari and country singer Chase Rice are reportedly dating.

The 34-year-old Uncommon James founder and 35-year-old entertainer have been seeing each other for about two months, according to reports.

Click inside to read the details and see what a source shared…More Here! »

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Country Singer Chase Rice Faces Backlash for Making Joke About Having COVID-19 Symptoms

A country singer named Chase Rice is facing backlash this week after he wrote some tweets that seemingly make light of the coronavirus pandemic.

The 35-year-old singer joked that he had symptoms of COVID-19 and then later told fans he doesn’t actually have the virus. He then used that tweet to promote his new song.

“Just lost my taste and smell. Weird. Also, dropping a single at midnight,” Chase tweeted.

He followed up that tweet by saying, “On a real note. Don’t have covid. But I’m dropping a single tonight. With 2 guys that I learned a lot from. Respect the hell out of @FLAGALine. And 10 years after we started doing music together and lived together, we’re at it again. Drinkin beer. Talkin God. Amen🤙🏼.”

Chase is the same guy who was criticized back in June for holding a packed concert in Tennessee in the middle of the pandemic. He also was featured on The Bachelor earlier this year because he previously dated one of the contestants.

Click inside to read some of the backlash… More Here! »

Chase Rice Responds to Backlash to His Packed Concert, Tells Fans to Follow Rules at Next Show

Chase Rice is responding to the controversy over his packed concert in Tennessee over the weekend.

There were reportedly less than 1,000 people inside the venue at Chase‘s show, but video footage from the concert showed that attendees were not social distancing at all and they were standing shoulder-to-shoulder in front of the stage.

Fellow country music star Kelsea Ballerini is one of the many people who called out Chase for “being selfish enough” to put his fans’ health at risk just so he could perform a show.

Now, Chase is responding to the backlash and he says his next show will be a drive-in concert where he wants fans to follow social distancing rules.

“Everybody had a blast,” Chase said in a video on Instagram. “But then, once I posted the video, a lot of people seeing that online had a big problem with how the show looked, how the show went down.”

“There’s a lot of varying opinions, a lot of different opinions on COVID-19, how it works with live music crowds and what all that looks like,” Chase continued. “My biggest thing is y’all. Y’all are why I get to write songs. Y’all are why I get to tour the country, why I get to do live shows and sing these songs to you guys and you guys sing them back. You guys are everything to me, so your safety is a huge, huge priority.”

Chase revealed the rules for his upcoming show on July 3 in Kentucky.

“You can take your trucks, take your cars. You have your own space, you can get out of your cars, you can get out of your trucks and party with me,” he said. “Please do sing the songs, but stay in your own space, stay with the people you came with.”

Earlier this year, Chase was mixed up in a controversy with the latest season of The Bachelor.

Kelsea Ballerini Calls Out Chase Rice for Holding Concert Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Kelsea Ballerini is calling out country singer Chase Rice for holding a packed concert amid the Coronavirus pandemic that specifically calls for social distancing to slow the spread.

Chase played the concert over the weekend in at the Historic Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary in Petros, Tennessee. Less than 1,000 people were reportedly in attendance.

“Imagine being selfish enough to put thousands of people’s health at risk, not to mention the potential ripple effect, and play a NORMAL country concert right now. @ChaseRiceMusic
, We all want (and need) to tour. We just care about our fans and their families enough to wait,” Kelsea tweeted after seeing a video of the packed crowd on Twitter.

If Chase looks familiar to you (and you aren’t a country music fan), it’s because he made headlines earlier this year…

You can find out more about how the Coronavirus pandemic is impacting Hollywood right here.