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This week features: Taylor Swift
Forget the ice bucket challenge….Jerrod Niemann did the Mrs Doubtfire challenge. It’s being promoted by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in the wake of Robin Williams’ death. The trick is to recreate the scene where Mrs Doubtfire puts her face in a pie.So Jerrod took a pie tin of it to the face.
Trisha Yearwood has new music coming out! She recently signed with Sony and will be releasing her 12th studio album, Prize Fighter. No word on when the CD will release but she’ll be back on the road with her husband Garth Brooks & his world tour beginning September 4th.
So by now we’ve all heard the news that Taylor Swift’s new song is a pure pop song.. Now, rapper Earl Sweatshirt… whoever THAT is… has proclaimed Taylor’s video “racist & harmful”… BUT at the time he tweeted it, hadn’t even seen the video yet! That’s funny… maybe he should listen to the lyrics to “Shake It Off” a song about shaking off the negative things that people say.
Source: Santa Clarita Podcasts