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Dec 7

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Brad Paisley plays chauffeur, Joe Nichols shares his family Christmas card, Brantley Gilbert makes a fashion statement, Scotty McCreery isn’t a fan of the Cracker Barrel classic peg game, Hunter Hayes is celebrating and Blake Shelton issues a heartfelt congratulations to Kelly Clarkson. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Brad Paisley & LL Cool J

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Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: The journalistic photo moments of @Wildaboutmusic .. Me driving @llcoolj around today. Entitled “LL & El Dorko”

Hunter Hayes – HunterHayes: Still celebrating with the team. Cannot tell you all how excited I am and how honored I am to get THREE nominations tonight. UNREAL! :D

Blake Shelton – BlakeShelton: Also congrats to the tree hugging, eardrum shattering, arm punching, manager stealing @kelly_clarkson for her FOUR Grammy nominations!!

Joe Nichols' daughter Dylan

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Joe Nichols – JoeNichols: Did someone say Christmas card?!?

Chris YoungChrisYoungMusic: Thanks for the well wishes everybody. Hate that I’m not seeing my fans this weekend, and I’m lucky to have so many people that care. #thanks

Scotty McCreery – ScottyMcCreery: According to this peg thingy, I am just plain dumb…


Brantley Gilbert

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Jana KramerKramerGirl: I knew he always wanted to wear a gown!

David NailDavidNail: Sorry for all the sports tweets, I kinda like sports and sometimes forget that most people could care less about my thoughts…

Terri ClarkTerriClarkMusic: Who would like to see something other than ” royal morning sickness” on tv. You would think she is the only woman to ever get pregnant.


Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley

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Lady AntebellumLadyAntebellum: Now Charles has the real Christmas spirit…..-dave


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