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Fans React to Taylor Swift’s New Single, ‘We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together’

Fan reaction to Taylor Swift's new single has not been tempered in the 17 hours since she played 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' for viewers during a live web chat. While some are complaining that it's not country enough, the core audience that has made Swift the most popular pop-country artist on the planet are united in a chorus of 'OMGs' and exclamation points. 

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Blake Shelton Stirs Up Controversy With Turtle-Killing Tweet

It seems as though Blake Shelton has ignited another Twitter war! The country music funny man is under fire once again --  this time making an off-color joke about purposely killing a turtle.

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Billy Ray Cyrus, Charlie Daniels Band
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‘Dark Knight Rises’ Shooting in Aurora, Colorado: Country Artists React

Like the rest of America, country stars are waking up to learn of last night's tragedy at a 'Dark Knight Rises' screening in Aurora, Colorado. Twelve were killed and dozens more injured when a gunman opened fire on a crowd waiting for the movie to begin. Country artists Billy Ray Cyrus, Charlie Daniels and Steel Magnolia's Meghan Linsey are just a few hurt, angered or a confused by the shooting massacre.

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Martina McBride, Charlie Daniels, Kellie Pickler
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Kitty Wells Dies: Country Stars Pay Tribute

Kitty Wells did almost as much for country music as the guitar and fiddle. The Queen of Country died on Monday at the age of 92 after complications from a recent stroke. Wells was not only a major hitmaker in the '50s and '60s, but she was the first female country singer with a voice that the mostly male-dominated industry stepped aside and respected. 

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Brad Paisley, Andy Griffith, Scotty McCreery
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Andy Griffith Dies: Brad Paisley, Scotty McCreery + More React on Twitter

The death of Andy Griffith did not go without notice in Nashville. Over a dozen of country music's top stars tweeted a prayer on behalf of 'The Andy Griffith Show' actor's family, or simply took a moment to reflect on his influence. Griffith embodied the strong character that country fans strive for, and artists like Rodney Atkins, Chris Young, Darryl Worley, the Band Perry and Scotty McCreery were moved to pay him respect. 

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Trace Adkins, Taylor Swift, Jake Owen
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Top Tweets of June 2012

The country music went world wide in June 2012. Stars tweeted from all over, including during trips to London, Australia and from the audience of the CMT Music Awards in Nashville. They serve drinks at that awards show, which led to more than a few funny tweets. Two of those made the Top Tweets of June 2012 list. 

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Joe Don Rooney, Jana Kramer
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This Week’s Best Tweets: Jana Kramer, Joe Don Rooney + More Share Adorable Pets

One country star got a new pet this week, while two others shared pictures of their older puppies. It's hard to ignore photos of cute dogs, and this list of the week's best tweets are full of them. Also, find out which country star Blake Shelton is trying to keep RaeLynn away from this time, as well as Chris Young's rules for dating. 

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Carrie Underwood, Joe Nichols
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This Week’s Best Tweets: Carrie Underwood, Joe Nichols + More Share Cell Phone Pictures

Many country stars were wishing their own  fathers -- and dads across America -- a Happy Father's Day last Sunday, but more were pulling out their cell phones to record the everyday strangeness of life in Nashville. From Carrie Underwood leaving for London to Joe Nichols' photographs of unapologetic redneckery, camera phone pics are the topic of This Week's Best Tweets list. 

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Jason Aldean, Lauren Alaina
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This Week’s Best Tweets: Jason Aldean, Lauren Alaina + More Apologize

There was a lot of country music guilt this week. It began with Lauren Alaina who regretted her comments on Twitter. Then Jason Aldean followed by admitting he handled a brush with the law poorly. They're two of the three artists saying "I'm sorry" this week.

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Kenny Chesney
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Kenny Chesney on Twitter: ‘Maybe Soon’

"Maybe one day -- maybe soon," Kenny Chesney tells Taste of Country about the possibility of taking hold of his own Twitter account. The 'Come Over' singer is one of the last country singers to avoid joining the online social media phenomenon -- but for good reasons.

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