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It's been a week of joy and pain for Tiffany Haddish. On Friday, she was arrested for DUI, and on Tuesday, she was nominated for the NAACP Image Awards Entertainer of the Year. This follows breaking up with her boyfriend Common in December. Now, the Emmy and Grammy winner jokes that she will formally assess potential boyfriends like they were applying for a job.

"I'm going to drop applications next week and I'm going to hold my interviews. I'm gonna go through the applications, right? Then I'm gonna hold interviews on Instagram Live," Haddish tells Entertainment Tonight.

"I'm gonna go live," she continues. "I'm gonna interview them in front of everybody, you know, let their girlfriends, ex-girlfriends, whatever, say what they gonna say."

In other news, Shaquille O’Neal is bringing his All Star Comedy Jam to LA to kick off Super Bowl weekend.

"From delivering numerous sold-out tours to being among the first to give a national stage to current comedy legends such as Mike Epps, DeRay Davis and Kevin Hart, All Star Comedy Jam has been a fixture on the comedy scene, dedicated to elevating the brightest up-and-coming comedic voices," Shaq said in a statement.
Davis will host the show on Thursday, February 10, at the Microsoft Theater in LA. The event also will feature Bill Bellamy, Mo'Nique, Earthquake and Michael Blackson. The next day, O'Neal will host his annual Shaq's Fun House Super Bowl Party at the Shrine in LA, featuring a performance by Lil Wayne.

Finally, Netflix announced Tuesday that Tyler Perry's A Madea Homecoming will premiere on February 25. The comedy revolves around Madea's great-grandson's college graduation, as hidden secrets and family drama threaten to destroy the happy homecoming.

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Sam Hunt and Ingrid Andress performed "Wishful Drinking" for the first time live on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert last night. 

Jimmie Allen is performing at an NFL halftime show at the Divisional Round game when the Tennessee Titans face off against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday in Nashville. The game airs at 4:30 p.m. ET on CBS. 

Trisha Yearwood raised more than $24,000 in 15 minutes as part of the Betty White Challenge on Monday to raise money for animal rescues and charities on what would have been the late White's 100th birthday. The money went toward Dottie Yard's Fund, which Trisha and husband Garth Brooks established last year in memory of their dog, Dottie.

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What happens in Vegas...will be the 64th Annual Grammy Awards.

After canceling plans to hold the awards ceremony on January 31 due to the Omicron variant, the Recording Academy has announced that "Music's Biggest Night" will now take place Sunday, April 3 live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, airing on CBS. The show will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Luke Combs, Mickey Guyton, Kacey Musgraves and Brothers Osborne are among the country nominees, with Jimmie Allen scoring a coveted nomination in the all-genre category of Best New Artist. 

Additionally, the CMT Awards will be moving to a later date in April. Originally scheduled to air on CBS on April 3, the change in date for the Grammys has led the CMT Awards to be pushed back. The date and location of the show will be announced in the coming weeks. 

The CMT Awards typically air live from Nashville in June the week of CMA Fest. This marks the first year that the show will air on CBS. 

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It looks like Thomas Rhett's youngest daughter is concert ready! 

On Tuesday, the hitmaker posted a photo of his two-month-old daughter Lillie rocking a pair of his sunglasses as she sits on her dad's lap. "Lillie's 'go to dads concert' attire," Thomas captions the adorable photo of the baby, which features her donning his Ray-Bans that cover her small face. 

Thomas and his wife, Lauren, welcomed Lillie in November 2021. She joins older sisters Willa Gray, Ada James and Lennon Love

Lillie may be able to show off the shades at her father's next concert on February 5 at the Concert in the Coliseum in Scottsdale, Arizona. He's also set to perform at Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on April 8 and the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, California, on April 29.

In between shows, Thomas will release his new album, Where We Started, on April 1. The album's lead single, "Slow Down Summer," is in the top 30 on country radio.

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If you want to know who Callista Clark is, just listen to her single, "It's 'Cause I Am." 

The 18-year-old singer is climbing the country charts with her confident debut single that portrays her as a complex, multi-dimensional young woman with a bold voice. The Georgia native is now opening up about how the song inspires her to continue stepping into her confidence. 

"I think my song 'It’s ’Cause I Am' best sums up who I am. I’ve always been really shy and reserved, so writing 'It’s ’Cause I Am' was my way of being bold, daring, courageous, and strong," she shares with Nashville Lifestyles. "Being that unapologetic and confident in my daily life is a goal of mine every day." 

"It's 'Cause I Am" is the lead single off Callista's debut 2021 EP, Real to Me. She's currently opening for Scotty McCreery on his Same Truck Tour. 

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Justin Moore is ready to put some "Country On It."

The hit singer will perform at arenas across the country on the 12-date Country On It Tour that begins on April 22 in Pensacola, Florida and concludes on September 17 in Spokane, Washington. 

Along the way, he'll make stops at the Knoxville Civic Auditorium in Tennessee, the Toyota Center in Washington state, the Butte Civic Center in Montana and more. 

Granger Smith (and his alter ego Earl Dibbles Jr.) serve as direct support on the tour, along with a rotating crew of fellow opening acts Lucas Hoge, Sean Stemaly, Heather Sanders, Scott Stevens and The Reeves Brothers

Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time. Visit Justin's website for a full list of dates. 

Justin scored his 10th #1 song with "We Didn't Have Much" in 2021. His current single, "With a Woman You Love," is climbing the charts.  

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Michael Ray has achieved a personal milestone with his #1 hit, "Whiskey and Rain." 

The song about nursing one's heartbreak away with a glass of something strong has officially become Michael's first multi-week #1, sitting in the top slot on the Billboard Country Airplay chart for the second consecutive week. 

"Y'all don't know how happy that makes me," Michael says in an appreciative video on Instagram as he thanks fans and friends for continuing to request the song on country radio. "Pour a little whiskey and know that this is your #1 too." 

"Thank you just doesn’t seem like enough……. WHISKEY AND RAIN IS OFFICIALLY MY FIRST TWO-WEEK #1!!!!" he adds in the caption. "I’m sending all the love and support I’ve felt and continue to feel for this song right back to each and every one of y’all who called and requested it, streamed it like hell, and sung it loud back to us on tour. This #1 belongs to all of us!!!" 

"Whiskey and Rain" is the singer's fourth #1 single. It's featured on his 2021 EP, Higher Education. 

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Dustin Lynch is headed back to Mexico for Luke Bryan's annual Crash My Playa event, and he can't wait to reunite with Luke and fellow country superstar Jason Aldean

Dustin has become a mainstay at the annual event, so much so that the "One Margarita" hitmaker has dubbed him the "mayor" of Crash My Playa. 

"I've been asked to come back for my seventh year in a row with Luke...I am the mayor, and he's bringing back the presidente, which is Aldean. So the three amigos will unite again, and it'll be fun," Dustin says.  

Performing at Crash My Playa with two of his idols is humbling for the Tennessee native, who spent the early days of his career performing covers of songs by Luke and Jason song as an aspiring singer-songwriter in Nashville. Getting to play alongside them as a first-time headliner this year marks a true full circle moment. 

"It's an honor to get to headline with those guys. To see my name on the billboards with those two...those two are the reason I picked a guitar up really early on in Nashville and started covering their music down on lower Broadway and in these college bars around town," Dustin explains. "So it's cool to be on that same level with them now, and it'll be a party, as always."

Jimmie Allen, Ashley McBryde and Lainey Wilson are among the other artists performing when Crash My Playa takes over Riveria Cancun from January 19 to January 22.  

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Jordan Davis made his The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon debut on Friday with a performance of "Buy Dirt." 

Sam Hunt and Ingrid Andress are performing their duet, "Wishful Drinking," tonight on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. It airs at 11:35 p.m. ET on CBS. 

Sara Evans' husband, former quarterback and current radio host Jay Barker, was arrested in Nashville over the weekend on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after allegedly attempting to hit a car Evans was in with his own vehicle. He was released on $10,000 bond. 

Country Music Hall of Fame and Country Music Disc Jockey Hall of Fame member Ralph Emery passed away on Saturday. He was 88. 

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Russell Dickerson is "honored" to be featured on a song on Thomas Rhett's new album. 

Russell and Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard sing with Thomas on "Death Row," a tune inspired by their experience visiting inmates in a Tennessee prison. In a vulnerable Instagram post, Russell opens up about how meeting the prisoners impacted him, and explains that he's humbled the experience was turned into a song co-written by Thomas, Ashley Gorley and Zach Crowell

"I'll always remember the day TR, T Hubb and I went to death row. We played a bunch a songs we thought they might know. But by the end we were all singing 'Amazing Grace' together. And in that moment you realize…we need that amazing grace just as much as they do," Russell shares in the caption. "Beyond honored to be a part of this one @thomasrhettakins @tylerhubbard." 

"Death Row" is on Thomas' new album, Where We Started, out on April 1.

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