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May 24

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Kellie Pickler gets a well-deserved break while her husband Kyle Jacobs and GAC’s Storme Warren celebrate with her Mirror Ball trophy, Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert reflect on Moore, Oklahoma, Brad Paisley isn’t impressed with his Nashville appearance and Chris Young mans the grill pre-show. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Kellie Pickler

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Kellie Pickler – KelliePickler: After a crazy 3 months its nap time w/my 3 babies. #puppylove

Carrie Underwood – CarrieUnderwood: Growing up in tornado alley, you always know what could happen…it doesn’t change how devastating it is when something does happen. #pray

Miranda Lambert – MirandaLambert: Sometime I feel helpless. I hope that if we can bring awareness through music that we did and will continue to do so. #PrayForOklahoma

Kyle Jacobs & Storme Warren

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Storme Warren – StormeWarren: @kelliepickler ‘s hubby @kylecjacobs and me with Kellie’s trophy ball.

Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: Man,the actor they got playing me tonight on @Nashville_ABC is not as handsome as I think I am.

Florida Georgia LineFLAGALine: Sitting at the Billboards next to Wayne Newton – we’re bringing him a margarita and his wife a cranberry vodka – #everythingwehopedthiswouldbe :)


Jake Owen, wife Lacey & daughter Pearl

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Jake OwenJakeOwen: Sunday is family boat day. My favorite day.

Taylor Swift - TaylorSwift13: That San Antonio crowd was amazing and SO loud. Now I’m stuck in my own concert traffic, which is a conflicting feeling.

Martina McBrideMartinaMcBride: Department store dressing room mirrors are evil. #doireallylooklikethis?!

Chris Young

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Chris Young – ChrisYoungMusic: Finished product baby!!


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