Keith Urban, Brad Paisley, Martina McBride and Sheryl Crow were just a few of country music's finest who took part in Sunday's telethon that raised more than $1.7 million for victims of the Nashville floods.
The show was co-hosted by Brad Paisley and his wife Kimberly, who themselves donated $100,000 and also answered phones.
Jimmy Kimmel is gearing up for his fifth annual "Jimmy Kimmel Live: After The Academy Awards" show, airing Sunday evening on ABC.
The host of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" is ready to poke fun at Hollywood's elite. During his past post Oscar specials, Kimmel debuted such pieces as "I'm F***ing Ben Affleck" and Mel Gibson's "The Colonel." Tune in tonight to see a new star-studded video including 15 of the most handsome men in Hollywood, who come together for a "Handsome Men's Club" gathering.
Check out a tease from Kimmel's upcoming special.
Country cutie Taylor Swift couldn't miss one of the biggest musical collaborations of the year!
The 20-year-old songstress sat in the fifth row with her mom for a taping of CMT's "Crossroads" with Keith Urban and John Mayer in Nashville on Tuesday night.
The special will air later this year on CMT.
People magazine reports Swift did a little performing of her own -- she sang along in the audience.
Fellow country star Jake Owen and "American Idol" judge Kara DioGuardi were also in the audience.
Nicole Kidman couldn't get enough of her new curves while pregnant with 1-year-old daughter Sunday.
"They're not very big, my boobs, so they just became normal size. I loved it!" the actress, 42, tells the December/January issue of Ladies' Home Journal.
"I felt very 'woman.' When you've had a slightly androgynous body your whole life, having breasts is a nice feeling," she goes on.
Kidman -- who welcomed Sunday at 41 -- admits she'd like to have more kids. For now, she hosts a weekly 10 AM baby group for parents and babies at the farm she shares with husband Keith Urban just outside Nashville.
"This is my way of having 10 kids," she confesses.
Living on a Tennessee farm and picking and choosing movie roles (her next flick, Nine, hits theaters Dec. 25) is a new lifestyle she relishes.
"There are certain limitations to my career because I'm based here. And that's cool," she says. "Keith has enormous ambitions, which I support. His tours and albums are much bigger than what I'm doing right now."
She continues, "If I was unhappy I wouldn't be able to live on a farm. I'd feel too lonely. But when you're happy I think you can live anywhere."
She and Urban -- who never spend more than four days apart -- have a "very honest, profound marriage, which we both contribute to every day," she says.
"I love being in love. I believe in the power of love, the way it can heal," she says. "The more you keep choosing it -- because there are times when you can choose to be angry at the person or to love him -- the more it nourishes a family."
Her desire to work on her family -- and add to it -- has rubbed off on her "Nine" co-stars Penelope Cruz and Fergie.
"Kate [Hudson] had her son there," Kidman says, "and Penelope and Fergie were like, 'I can't wait to have a baby.'"
Country darling Taylor Swift made history at the 43rd Annual CMA Awards when she became the youngest star to win the coveted Entertainer of the Year award. She's also the first solo female to win since Shania Twain in 1999.
Country couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw presented Swift with the honor. Just three years earlier, the teen came on the country scene with her debut single "Tim McGraw." "I will never forget this moment, because in this moment, everything I have ever wanted has happened to me," Swift said holding back tears.
The 19-year-old was chosen over Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney and George Straight for the award. She thanked her fellow nominees, saying, "Every single person in that category let me open up for them this year. Thanks so much, y'all. I love you."
Swift and Kanye West's Video Music Awards incident was a running joke throughout the show.
Co-hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood opened the CMAs with an acoustic country song about "real people" and "real life." They sang, "Mamas don't let your babies grow up to be Kanye." Paisley and Underwood added, "Cowboys have manners. They don't interrupt."
Swift made her own reference to West when she won the Female Vocalist award. She concluded her acceptance speech with a jab, " I want to thank everyone in this room tonight... for not running up on this stage during this speech."
Swift won the most of awards of the evening with four statues. Click here for a full list of the winners.