Kelsea Ballerini recently learned the dangers of the digital age. Fresh off her collaboration with Kenny Chesney the singer thought she’d sparked up a real friendship. That’s why she was confused when several texts to him went unanswered. It was even more confusing because she thought he thought of her as a friend as well.
As fans know, Kelly Clarkson has been missing from The Voice for some time. Don’t worry, she’s doing well. She just had a sinus infection and wanted to play it safe. In the meantime, Kelsea Ballerini filled in for her friend and has been doing well. Fans love seeing Kelsea in Kelly’s seat, even though
Kelsea Ballerini collaborated with Kenny Chesney for her new single “Half of My Hometown.” Both of the singers have a connection to Knoxville, Tennessee. Ballerini thanked her blessings when she got to work with the country singer, as he doesn’t work with just anyone. When Chesney first heard the song, he knew he had to
Kelsea Ballerini recently replaced Kelly Clarkson on The Voice. Don’t worry – it’s not what you think. Kelly isn’t leaving the show. She only asked her good friend to cover for her since she was feeling under the weather. Country Music Alley revealed why Kelsea was sitting in Kelly’s seat during the Battle Rounds. Kelly
Country artist Kelsea Ballerini got her first COVID-19 shot. She’s “closer” to being fully vaccinated. She’s just one of the many country artists who have gotten the vaccine in the past few months. Both Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson got their shots. On Saturday, April 3, Kelsea took to social media to make the announcement.
Kelly Clarkson finally broke her silence about her absence on The Voice. The coach has been a no-show on the latest episode. As Country Music Alley previously reported, Kelsea Ballerini sat in her place. The young country star was happy to do it for her friend. There was mixed reaction to this news. Some fans
Country star Kenny Chesney shared the details of his duet with Kelsea Ballerini. The two worked together on their song “Half of My Hometown.” Kenny admitted that he won’t just collaborate with anyone. But he felt such a strong connection to this song that he knew that he wanted to collaborate with the young singer.
Kelsea Ballerini will be filling in for Kelly Clarkson on The Voice. On Monday night, fans noticed that the American Idol alum was missing among the coaches. But they were happy to learn that another country singer is taking her place. Clarkson was noticeably absent from her seat in the judges’ panel due to illness.
Kelsea Ballerini is endorsing Reba McEntire for president. No, the legendary country star is not running for the 2024 presidential campaign. Kelsea just shared a lot of support for her fellow artist. In a new interview with Radio.com’s Kelly Ford, the “Hole in a Bottle” singer feels that Reba could run the country. Kelsea is
Kelsea Ballerini is celebrating the success of her sixth No. 1, “Hole In The Bottle.” This is apparent with her recent TikToks and Instagram Lives. Additionally, she recently takes to the Grand Ole Opry stage to sing the hit. This performance comes during a recent 95 Year History of the Grand Ole Opry celebration. And
Shania Twain is all about girl power and it shows. The country singer shared her thoughts on Super Bowl LV. Like many, she was watching the event on Sunday, February 7. The Canadian songstress reflected on the time when she performed at the nationwide event. She was also one of those lucky ones who went
Kelsea Ballerini appeared on The Bobby Bones Show Monday, February 8. Kelsea opened her appearance by performing a short concert of sorts by performing some fan favorites including, Love Me Like You Mean It, I Hate Love Songs, Homecoming Queen? and Hole in the Bottle. One of the big questions Bobby asked Kelsea was about
Maren Morris and Luke Combs are joining forces. The country stars are calling for more diversity in country music. Veteran critic, Ann Powers, started this important discussion. In a time of great political turmoil and change, many are looking to celebrities to share their beliefs. Most country music stars keep quiet about their beliefs. However,