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Jan 21

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

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Country music stars sure love Twitter! Here at GAC, we follow them too. Dierks Bentley‘s week was red hot, in spite of Nashville’s freezing temperatures. He met Lady Antebellum‘s Charles Kelley for a drink and when he left, he found his car on fire! Also, judging from this week’s tweets, country has gone to the dogs — literally! Several stars tweeted pictures of their incredibly cute pups. Here are our picks for the Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week.

Charles Kelley & Dierks Bentley photo courtesy of Dierks Bentley.

Dierks Bentley:   @DierksBentley  met my friend charles kelley at a bar. he wanted to see my new ’67 camero [sic]. we walked back outside. it was on fire. not cool.

Dierks Bentley:   @DierksBentley   some footage from last night. hard to sleep w images of flames coming out from under the engine stuck in head. (Editor’s note:  Click here for a “fire report” from Dierks and Charles.)

Sarah Buxton@sarahbuxton    @DierksBentley I was next door @whiskey kitchen w Cassady, some dude told us about your flaming camero! [sic] I thought he was joking! Guess not!

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Julianne Hough@juliannehough    This is what I wake up to every morning… I’m a lucky girl!! :)

Jewel@jeweljk    Ok. Seriously. I am a writer. I swear. I will write. A song. I wont procrastinate watching another NCSI marathon. #pickupyourguitardamnit

SHeDAISY@shedaisy    “The King’s Speech”…stellar! I laughed and cried, and wished I was in London in the 1930′s, all at once. Go see. –kr

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Love And Theft@LNTweet    It appears Milo is possessed! She loves the fire. And the snow

Lee Ann Womack@LAWSOCIALCLUB    Church sign or country song? “Give God what’s right, not what’s left.”

Emily West:   @emilywestmusic    ‘Black Swan’= Too Close to home.

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Trailer Choir’s Crystal Hoyt:  @Crystal_Hoyt  This is his world, we are all just lucky to be living in it… Another bon bon sir?


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