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Duck The Halls:  A Robertson Family Christmas remains at the top spot on the Billboard Country Albums chart for a third consecutive week.  The album, recorded by the Duck Dynasty cast, debuted at #1 and was recorded in their hometown of West Monroe, Louisiana.  The Robertsons end their album the same way they wrap up their TV show; talking about family and a prayer from Phil.  Joining them on the album are special guests George Strait, Luke Bryan, Josh Turner and Alison Krauss.



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The Voice’s Adam Levine may have been named People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive…but Blake Shelton was named People magazine’s sexy representative from the state of Oklahoma.  Pick up the new “Sexiest Man Alive” issue of People on newsstands tomorrow.



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Earlier this week, Tim McGraw was spotted with George Clooney at a bar in The Florida Hotel in Orlando.  The two had just finished shooting their new movie, Tomorrowland, at NASA’s nearby headquarters.  The movie will land in theaters sometime in 2015.



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Chris Young’s album A.M. touches on some of the things that might happen in the wee hours of the morning – from partying to reconciling with a boyfriend or girlfriend.  One thing Chris says is a definite indication that the night has been epic is when the night ends under some bright yellow lights.  Yep...he's talking about Waffle House!

Charlie Worsham sings the song "Could It Be”…and it’s a hit…which means he’s beginning to feel the momentum of a successful debut into country music.  Charlie likes to cover other artists’ songs too and his latest “cover challenge” involves his twist on Katy Perry’s hit “Roar”.  Check it out in the video above - clearly - Charlie has a great sense of humor!