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Jan 24

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Lauren Alaina has a special Opry moment, Taylor Swift reveals her biggest struggle, Kelly Clarkson celebrates small victories and Joe Bonsall of the Oak Ridge Boys exaggerates his Candy Crush addiction. Plus, Eli Young Band goes way back with Denver’s favorite quarter back, Peyton Manning. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Lauren Alaina with her Dad on the Grand Ole Opry stage

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/opry.

Grand Ole Opry – Opry: A perfect moment between @Lauren_Alaina and her daddy on his 100th day sober. #priceless #OpryMoment #Opry

Taylor Swift – TaylorSwift13: It is a daily struggle for me to not buy more cats.

Kelly Clarkson – Kelly_Clarkson: Didn’t throw up once from pregnancy while walking my dogs #smallvictory #TMI #hashtag

Eli Young Band's James Young with football player Petyon Manning

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/EliYoungBand.

Eli Young Band – EliYoungBand: Congrats #Broncos #throwback

Martina McBrideMartinaMcBride: Found an unwrapped candy cane at the bottom of my purse and I’m eating it. Yep. #noshame #hungry

Chase RiceChaseRiceMusic: There’s nothin that brings cuss words out quicker than cold weather.

 

Reba McEntire in Singapore

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/reba.

RebaReba: Singapore. Out on a tour.

Carrie UnderwoodCarrieUnderwood: Nice lady checking me out at the grocery store: “Anybody ever tell you that you look like Keri Hilson?” Me: “No.” ;)

Joe Bonsall of the Oak Ridge Boys – JoeBonsall: Downloaded Candy Crush… Up to level 30 already… It has cost me $876.00 so far… ???? if I can reach level 500 I figure I am out $276,000

 

The Band Perry's Kimberly Perry

Photo courtesy of Twitter.com/thebandperry.

The Band PerryTheBandPerry: kp’s hot pink shoelaces are burning my retina. rp

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