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Mar 1

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Brad Paisley shares some of his work in Haiti, Carrie Underwood has a hockey vent, The Band Perry’s Neil Perry and Dierks Bentley have wardrobe malfunctions and Chris Young has a little fun with Blake Shelton. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Brad Paisley

Photo courtesy of Paisley

Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: 2nd of new water purification systems in Thomazeau Haiti! Thanks to #LiveBeyond,these kids can drink clean water.

Kip MooreKipMooreMusic: Hey guys if u get bored tonight and end up watching tv tune in to abc show Nashville…it’ll b obvious it’s my 1st time but go easy on me!

Carrie Underwood – CarrieUnderwood: #ihateitwhen the sports station I pay for blocks Preds games in Nashville, but no other station is showing the game #noonewantstowatchpoker

Keith Urban and Nicki Minaj

Photo courtesy of Urban

Keith UrbanKeithUrban: Beauty and the beat… what? @NICKIMINAJ Here we go Vegas… @AmericanIdol girls nite part two!!! -KU #IdolKU

Taylor SwiftTaylorSwift13: Driving home, Maroon5 “Daylight” came on and I was screaming the ‘WOAH’s so loud the people in the car next to me thought I needed help. So.

Dierks Bentley – DierksBentley: just wrapped up workout at the Y. feelin good about myself. then noticed my fly had been down the whole time. #buzzkill #stayclassysandiego

The Band Perry – TheBandPerry: Yes, not only did I put on 2 different boots, I walked out the door with them on and didn’t realize it until now. rp

Ashley MonroeAshleyMonroe: Thank God for caffeine and concealer.

Brett EldredgeBrettEldredge: Do they have an app that teaches you how to be a ninja?…I’ve kinda always wanted to be a ninja

Chris Young and Blake Shelton

Phote courtesy of Young

Chris Young – ChrisYoungMusic: Putting these straws in @blakeshelton jacket. Let’s see how long till he notices…


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