Kimberly shot down rumors that her husband, Brad, is having a love affair with country-pop singer Carrie, saying she and Brad are still ‘very much in love.’
Kimberly Williams-Paisley was shocked when she heard about the new report that claims her husband, Brad Paisley, is cheating on her with his Country Music Awards co-host Carrie Underwood. But the Nashville star laughed off the rumors, insisting that she and Brad, who have been married since 2003, are happier than ever. Read on for more details.
Can you believe the Father of the Bride star is celebrating the big 4-0? All that country living is keeping her young!
Kimberly Williams-Paisley, who is best known for her role in the Father of the Bride movies and the hit sitcom According to Jim, has been living a slower-paced life out of the spotlight after meeting country crooner Brad Paisley and starting a family in Nashville. But even though she may be away from Hollywood, we still look forward to hearing about what she’s up to next!
Brad says his son Huck is crushing on Carrie: “He is obsessed with her and he’s only four!” Too cute.
A lot of men have a crush on country songstress Carrie Underwood, but no one quite as cute as Brad Paisley‘s little guy, Huck! “Huck has the biggest crush in the world on Carrie,” Brad, 38, tells People of his little guy with wife Kimberly Williams-Paisley. The 4-year-old is “obsessed” with the blonde bombshell and even wrote her a Valentine’s Day card. Aww!
The singer tells Redbook how a broken heart and battle with breast cancer pushed her to become a mom.
When Sheryl Crow’s life collapsed around her in 2006 following a split with cyclist Lance Armstrong and a battle with breast cancer, she decided it was time to radically change her life. At the top of her to-do list: Motherhood. In a candid interview in the August issue of Redbook, the singer says that the difficult time “rebooted my sense of what was important.”
When disaster strikes, you can always count on celebs to save the day!
Celebrities came together May 16 at Ryman Auditorium in Nasville, Tenn., for GAC’s ‘Music City: Keep on Playin” flood relief telethon to raise $1.7 million for victims devastated by the Nashville flood. The show was lead with performances by country legends Keith Urban, Brad Paisley and Lady Antebellum. Huge stars like Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts and Desperate Housewives‘ James Denton also lent a helping hand by answering phones. Read more!
If tragedy struck close to your home, how would you react?
Would you be able to forgive the person who MURDERED someone very dear to you? Well, Kimberly Williams-Paisley‘s character in Lifetime’s new movie, Amish Grace, can’t manage to forgive the family of the man who took her daughter’s life. But that’s not all! In this emotional movie, Ida’s internal struggles don’t match the values set upon her by her Amish community. They think forgiveness is the only way to mend a broken heart and move on. Do you agree with this belief? Read more