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Nov 8

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week: 2013 CMA Awards Edition

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter – and the CMA Awards! This week, Lady Antebellum’s Charles Kelley is on baby duty, Jake Owen meets P.Diddy, Blake Shelton and Mike Fisher brag about their wives’ CMA looks, Kacey Musgraves questions her pre-CMA Awards eye cream and Kelly Clarkson and her new mother-in-law, Reba, are already feuding. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum holds Hillary Scott'sdaughter, Eisele

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/ladyantebellum.

Lady Antebellum – LadyAntebellum: Uncle Charles on babysitting duty at the CMA Awards!! ~ Hill

Keith UrbanKeithUrban: LONG LIVE KING GEORGE I love you brother- CONGRATS!!!!!! -KU

Taylor SwiftTaylorSwift13: Tonight was my favorite CMAs ever, and I’m thinking about you all tonight. So many beautiful memories this year

Jake Owen & wife Lacey pose with P Diddy at the 2013 CMA Awards

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/jakeowen.

Jake Owen – JakeOwen: P Diddy!!!! #CMAawards #dayinthelife

Blake Shelton – BlakeShelton: My wife is so hot it’s ridiculous…

Mike Fisher, Carrie Underwood’s husband – MikeFisher1212: My twitter lit up tonight about my wife being hot #newsflash #shocker #tellmesomethingnew :)

Reba McEntire fake feuds with her daughter-in-law, Kelly Clarkson

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/kelly_clarkson.

Kelly Clarkson – Kelly_Clarkson: The feud has begun!!! #familyfeud #CMA’s

Kacey Musgraves – KaceyMusgraves: This eye cream smells like bacon. Scam or score?

Miranda LambertMirandaLambert: Still can’t believe what happened yesterday. Thanks CMA for an amazing night. I’m so blessed to have the best job in world. #GodisGreat

Lucy Hale Meets Lennon & Maisy at the 2013 CMA Awards

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/lucyhale.

Lucy HaleLucyHale: Met these two angels finally! @lennonandmaisy

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