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Jun 20

Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week

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 introduces her newest family member, Luke Bryan sets the Miley Cyrus record straight, Kip Moore is letting go of the hate and Brad Paisley hangs out with Ludacris. Here are our picks for this week’s Top 10 Country Tweets of the Week:

Miranda Lambert – MirandaLambert: HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my best friend in the whole world! blakeshelton I love you! (And your dimples!)

Blake Shelton's Birthday

Blake Shelton photo courtesy of instagram.com/mirandalambert.

Blake Shelton – BlakeShelton: Few things in my life have made my heart swell up like the birthday text I got from Earl Thomas Conley this morning.. #hero

Luke Bryan – LukeBryanOnline: Why is everyone asking if I’m doing a duet with miley? Not true.

Taylor Swift – TaylorSwift13: Meet Olivia Benson.

Kip Moore – KipMooreMusic: Today is the day I let the hate outta my heart for the word selfie…ill b meditating for most of the day

Brett EldredgeBrettEldredge: Our USA #worldcup cleats look like they gave a bunch of kindergarteners neon highlighters and said, start coloring

Brad Paisley – BradPaisley: Absolutely love Ya @Ludacris. Somebody snapped this last night. I would never hug @joshgroban this way. He’d cry.

Hillary Scott of Lady AntebellumHillaryScottLA: Overhearing Chris point out bball players to Eisele watching the NBA Finals is the cutest thing…”that’s LeBron James, that’s Tony Parker.”

Lucy HaleLucyHale: Today was a good one. Feelin the love from y’all. Thanks for bein there ! Here’s to 250 new emojis real soon ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? night !

Dierks BentleyDierksBentley: #superjam @bonnaroo with @robertellis_ dude w/ @TheBlackLillies @edhelms and true gtr badass @BryanD28Sutton.

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