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Jun 21

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton celebrate Blake’s birthday, Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves celebrate Father’s Day and Merle Haggard celebrates his graduation! Plus, Little Big Town wins an Emmy and Jake Owen is ready to party. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Blake Shelton

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Miranda Lambert – MirandaLambert: Happy Birthday to the best husband in the world! I love you @blakeshelton! Stealing hearts from way back!!

BlakeShelton – BlakeShelton: I can’t BELIEVE my friend @shakira hasn’t wished me a happy birthday yet… #tears I mean I expected @Usher and @adamlevine to shrug me off but NEVER @shakira!!!!

Little Big Town – LBTMusic: Wow. We just won a #DaytimeEmmy !!!! We’re freaking out!!!

Taylor Swift & Her Dad

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Taylor Swift – TaylorSwift13: Happy Father’s Day and a shout out to my fantastic dad for loving me even when I wore outfits like this.

Hillary Scott of Lady AntebellumHillaryScottLA: I, Hillary Scott, 8.5 mo prego, put together a wheelbarrow for my husband today. That, my friends, is something I never thought I’d do!

Jake Owen – JakeOwen: I need to hire a bluegrass band and rent a dunk tank by tmrw. It’s party time.

Kacey Musgraves & her dad

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Kacey Musgraves – KaceyMusgraves: Loved being able to Bonnaroo with my Dad for Father’s Day. What a guy.

Charlie Daniels CharlieDaniels: Wonder what Elvis would have thought of Justin Bieber.

Kelly ClarksonKelly_Clarkson: Can’t believe I just sang “I’m that kind of girl” 2 @TerriClarkMusic expressing my love 4 her HAHA! Hilarious! love her! #betterthingstodo

Merle Haggard

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Merle Haggard – MerleHaggard: Thank you cal state Bakersfield for presenting me with a honorary doctorate degree!


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