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Our K-Mart in Salisbury is getting a facelift and looking fly! K-Mart has rolled out a new reward for its customers. When did Mad Men's Don Draper start working in the K-Mart marketing department? Listen carefully!
According to a new survey, one in five women say that their husband or boyfriend is the high-maintenance one in their relationship. Here are the five reasons why:
1. Men are more likely to throw a tantrum if they don't get what they want.
2. Guys spend more time in the bathroom getting ready to go out than women do.
3. Men are more likely to refuse to leave the house without their hair looking perfect, and without the right clothes.
4. Men constantly need to be told, "I love you."
5. Guys get upset when women don't answer when they call.
Remember the Los Angeles high school kid who made that awesome video asking Kate Upton to his prom? Well, it was last night and Kate couldn't make it. But don't feel too bad for Jake Davidson...because "Sports Illustrated" Swimsuit model stepped up and took her place. Her name is Nina Agdal. She's 21, she's Danish and needless to say she's easy on the eyes. We've added another picture of her just in case you didn't get a good look at the first one.
The members of Little Big Town are counting down the days until they hit the road with their buddy Keith Urban on his Light the Fuse tour this summer.Little Big Town will host the this summer's ABC prime time special, CMA Music Festival: Country's Night to Rock, airing on Monday, August 12th at 8 p.m. ET. The special will be filmed during CMA Music Festival, which runs from June 6-9 in downtown Nashville.
Little Big Town debuted the video for their latest single, "Your Side of the Bed," on Good Morning America yesterday (Thursday, May 23rd).
Blake Shelton and NBC are working together on a benefit concert for the victims of Monday's tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Blake grew up in Ada, Oklahoma, which is about 75 miles southeast of Moore.
He first announced his plans after Tuesday's "The Voice". He said, quote, "I'm hoping it will raise a lot of money. Obviously it will be televised and will happen really quickly."
Then he pointed to fellow "Voice" mentor USHER and said, quote, "I can call in some really big favors." Usher hasn't committed yet, but Blake will have no problem lining up performers. No word yet on the location or when it will happen.
And in case you missed it, Blake and MIRANDA LAMBERT opened Tuesday's episode by performing an acoustic version of Miranda's song "Over You" . . . the song that helped CASSADEE POPE win last season.
Brad Paisley forgot the words to his song "Welcome to the Future" while performing at the opening ceremonies of Nashville's new convention center on Monday. He drew a blank, spit out a few lines and then finished by saying he couldn't wait to see it again when it goes viral.
Kellie Pickler has been named the winner of Season 16 of ‘Dancing With the Stars’ besting Disney star Zendaya in the final two. “Grandpa Ken we got you the trophy buddy,” partner Derek Hough shouted referring to the man who raised Pickler. NFL player Jacoby Jones finished third, with gymnast Aly Raisman finishing fourth.
The final episode of Season 16 began with group dance, followed by the revealing of which dance from Monday night earned an encore. Fans chose Pickler’s and Hough’s freestyle, and the couple delivered and inspirational performance once again.
Get the full story here from Taste of Country!
Considering a resume is the first thing most employers ever see from an applicant, it's pretty incredible that so many resumes are such a turnoff to employers. Salary.com has eight tips to help keep your resume out of the trash.
1. Weird hobbies. You might think all your weird hobbies make you more interesting in an interview, like maybe they'll be a conversation starter. But actually they just make you LOOK WEIRD. And weird people don't get jobs when a normal person is available.
2. Your private business. Your marital status, religious affiliation, sexual orientation and other private matters shouldn't go on a resume. Employers aren't allowed to take them into account anyway. And for almost all jobs, they're irrelevant to performance.
3. Big vocabulary words. They won't impress anyone. People who don't know them will resent you, and people who do know them will see through it. And BOTH groups will think you're a showoff.
4. Unprofessional-sounding email addresses. If you're still rocking your "SexyLady69@gmail.com" address from junior college, open a new account. It's free and it takes two minutes. If you don't take the job seriously, you won't get it.
5. Sensitive identifying information. Don't give them your social security number before you get the job. You don't know where they're storing that resume, or who gets to see it after you hand it over.
6. Attention-getting tactics. Don't print a resume on colored paper, or use weird fonts or decorations. Hiring managers hate all that stuff, pretty much without exception. It's all part of taking the job seriously.
7. Wild career objectives. Don't apply for a job in the mailroom and say you intend to become the CEO. Ambition is great, but delusions will get you passed over.
8. Irrelevant job experience. No one wants to read about your part-time jobs in high school. Stick to the experience that QUALIFIES you for the job you want. If that makes your resume too short, that probably means you shouldn't be applying in the first place.
We were a sad little last week to hear the GEORGE STRAIT"Sixty for Sixty" campaign had failed to get George to #1 on the Billboard charts.
If his song "Give It All We Got" would have made it to the top of the country singles chart, it would have been his 60th Number One record . . . and it would have happened while he was still 60 years old. (He turned 61 on Saturday.)
Turns out it all depends on what chart you follow. We based our report on "Billboard's" Top Country Songs . . . but the people behind the "Sixty for Sixty" campaign didn't limit themselves to that.
They're saying the campaign WAS a success, and they cited the Mediabase chart, which measures radio airplay. "Give It All We Got" DID hit the top of that chart . . . because it was the MOST PLAYED song on country radio last week.
Either way, George remained gracious with his words. He said, quote, "As always, I'm thankful to the fans and country radio for their support on all 60 of these number one songs as well as my entire career. They are the ones who made this happen."
(George's "Sixty for Sixty" milestone got tons of love on Twitter. You can check the posts here.)