It's St. Patrick's Day and We're Celebrating Attractive Irish Celebrities!
by Roger WWW Garrett and Jessy,posted Mar 17 2014 7:54AM
COWBOY NEWS Country Music Headlines
MIRANDA LAMBERT loves that nobody complained about the cross-dressing theme in her song "All Kinds of Kinds". She said, quote, "I never heard one negative comment. It was all positive." She also gives props to radio for not shying away from it. "It's pretty crazy that country radio embraced cross-dressing and played it. It's frickin' awesome, actually."
When DIERKS BENTLEY was a teenager he went to a GARTH BROOKS concert that changed his life, because it made him realize that every audience member is important. He said, "I had the worst seat in the building. I was so high up that I could touch the ceiling of the arena. Garth was about a mile away, but I felt like he was singing right to me. It ranks it as one of the greatest shows I've ever seen."
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE announced their "This Is How We Roll" tour will kick off May 30th in Springdale, Arkansas. They're bringing NELLY along as one of the openers, so you know they'll be performing "Cruise" together. CHRIS LANE is the other opener. They play Rodeo Houston on Wednesday and at Redfest in Austin on May 25th.
A few more acts have been added to the list of performers at next month's ACMs. ERIC CHURCH and TOBY KEITH are performing individually . . . while LADY ANTEBELLUM will be taking the stage with Stevie Nicks.
TIM MCGRAWTweeted that he went with a James Bond theme in his "Lookin' for That Girl" video. And it basically looks like the opening credits sequence of every Bond movie.
ACM Entertainer of the Year nominees Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert were among the stars at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House on Saturday celebrating 40 years of music at the Opry’s sixth home. The night also included performances by Opry members Josh Turner, Clint Black and Diamond Rio.
The first performance at the Grand Ole Opry House was on March 16th, 1974 with then-President Nixon and the first lady in attendance.
The 25 Sexiest Irish Celebrities
It's St. Patrick's Day, which means it's time to take a look at the Sexiest Irish Celebrities in Hollywood. Here are our favorites . . .
Michael Fassbender. He showed off his very impressive shillelagh in "Shame". He was also in this year's Oscar darling "12 Years a Slave".
Chris O'Dowd. He gave it to Kristen Wiig in "Bridesmaids".
Olivia Wilde. She has dual U.S. and Irish citizenship. Her last name is also a tribute to Irish author Oscar Wilde. Her REAL last name is the far sexier COCKBURN.
Jamie Dornan. He's Christian Grey in the upcoming "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie.
Kristen Bell. She gets very emotional when a sloth is near.
Vanessa Hudgens. She's one-quarter Irish. She also has Spanish, Chinese, Native American and Filipino in her.
Colin Farrell. Like he wouldn't be on this list.
George Clooney. He's only half.
Alicia Keys. She's also African-American, Italian and Scottish.
President Obama. His great-great grandfather was born in Ireland.
Lindsay Lohan. You'd think there'd be more GINGERS on this list.
Speaking of gingers . . . Conan O'Brien also made the list.
Robert Downey Jr.
The Jonas Brothers. They also have Cherokee, Italian and German blood mixed in.
Luke and Owen Wilson
John Stamos. He may look 100% Greek, but he's half Irish.
Six Personal Secrets Revealed By Your Resume
Be careful what you put in your resume . . . you could be revealing a lot more than you think.
1. Your age. If your resume includes the year you got a high school diploma, your employer knows your age to within a year or so. And if you have a work history that goes back to the '70s or '80s, the employer might decide you're too old to hire.
2. Family information. If you have volunteer work experience with a school or Little League, that's a pretty clear indication you have kids. Employers might see that as a problem. They're not legally allowed to ask, but they're allowed to figure it out.
3. Religious or political affiliations. It doesn't need to be a church or a campaign. It just has to be an organization someone can look up online, to see what it's all about.
4. When you can start. Everybody SAYS they can start right away. But if your resume shows an out-of-state address, most employers will assume it's going to take time for you to move and settle down in their area.
5. Your work ethic. If your resume has typos and grammatical errors, anyone can see that you're either lazy, not detail-oriented, or both. Someone might even deduce that you have a learning disability . . . even if you don't.
6. And if you list a bunch of jobs with the same title, employers might decide you don't have the potential for more.