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Darius Rucker is set to headline the latest episode of “CMT: Storytellers,” debuting August 31st at 10 pm. The one-hour, “CMT Storytellers: Darius Rucker,” will have Darius singing some of his biggest hits, including country tunes and Hootie & The Blowfish tracks, while sharing exclusive stories behind the tunes. “There have been so many nights when someone comes up to me after a show and tells me what a song means to them, when they first heard it or how it became a song at a pivotal moment in their life, played at a wedding or even a memorial,” Darius shares. “The way music connects and how the story evolves for each person differently is perhaps the coolest aspect of music.” He adds that’s “what makes a show like ‘CMT Storytellers’ so special.”
Carrie Underwood is often complimented about her sexy legs and now she’s letting fans know how they can get them. The singer announced on Instagram that she’ll be sharing her "leg day" workout on the fitness app fit52. “People are always asking me about my leg workouts, and my actual leg workouts are coming to the fit52 app,” she shares. “We’ve adapted them so they can work for any fitness level, and they are coming really soon… and we might even have an exciting live workout coming soon.”
As we previously told you, Naomi Judd named her husband Larry Strickland executor of her estate leaving her daughters Wynonna and Ashley Judd out of the will. Well, now one report is questioning the validity of the document. Word is, Wynonna is consulting with lawyers about contesting the will, and now a top forensic handwriting expert tells Radar that the document may not hold up in court. Peggy Walla of Texas-based LPR Investigations, tells Radar that the will appears to have about a half-dozen defects. “The initials and signature are traced -- they are not written by her,” Walla insists. That means someone put a lighter piece of paper over her regular signature and traced it,” noting, “It doesn’t have fluidity. Usually when you are signing your name – the pen is already in motion when it starts to hit the paper and it gives it a feathered look where these are intentional ‘starts and stops.’” She adds that the will should definitely be contested, noting, “Yes, it is my opinion the original should be examined - forensically!”