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Mar 7

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

Country music stars sure love Twitter! This week, Brad Paisley shares a “selfie” while Carrie Underwood shares some great news, Martina McBride questions her parenting skills, Dierks Bentley reads to his son and Brett Eldredge chimes in on the Oscars. Plus, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine take their The Voice bickering to Twitter. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets Of The Week:

Brad Paisley's selfie with former President Bush

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Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: Kickin off the Houston rodeo tonight. Since everyone’s into taking selfies now, here’s my submission.

Carrie Underwood – CarrieUnderwood: Amazing news! Mom & Dad have been searching for their lost cat for over 2 months…They found her and brought her home today! #NeverGiveUp

Martina McBride – MartinaMcBride: Ava just informed me she has never seen The Wizard of Oz. What kind of a terrible mother am I ????

Dierks Bentley reads with his son Knox

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Dierks Bentley – DierksBentley: .@RickySkaggs i can’t put down your book! a little father-son reading. indoctrinating Knox! thx @brianlayson

Blake Shelton – BlakeShelton: I knew #STUD would work @adamlevine! I just think you get jealous when I use it on someone other than you… #BlindsContinue

Adam Levine – AdamLevine: .@blakeshelton shut up drunky pants #BlindsContinue


Rhett Akins, Craig Wiseman, Blake Shelton & Dallas Davidson

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Rhett AkinsRhettAkins: @blakeshelton me and @DavidsonDallas are so famous we got the Dougie banned in Kentucky

Brett Eldredge – BrettEldredge: Gravity was an awesome movie, except for that one time when I had like 80 panic attacks while watching it! #oscars

Scotty McCreery ScottyMcCreery: First time meeting @ChaseRiceMusic tonight. Normally when you meet sum1 its “Hey, nice to meet u”.. This was Chase: Tarheels Me: Wolfpack


Tim McGraw with director John Lee Hancock

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Tim McGrawTheTimMcGraw: Great to see my buddy John Lee Hancock (director of the Blindside) Thanks for coming out man!


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