Hank Williams Jr. Returns to 'Monday Night Football' with Jason Derulo & Florida Georgia LineIt was Williams' first appearance opening the show in six years, after the singer was pulled over controversial comments about President Obama.
Jason Derulo Teases A Big Country Project Coming SoonThe pop star has worked with Luke Bryan, Hank Williams Jr., and Florida Georgia Line, so fans are excited to see what's next.
You Could Win A Chance To Perform With Keith UrbanKeith Urban is latest star to join the new YouTube show Best.Cover.Ever, which encourages contestants to cover featured artists for a chance to perform with them.
Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo Team Up for Medley at CMT AwardsSO many amazing superstar performances from the CMT Awards last night! We loved them all!
Seth and Kat's 4 Things You Need To Know-June 8thKeyArena gets blockbuster support, CMT Award winners, Football adds more superstar power, and food is getting weird (as if it wasn't already).
Florida Georgia Line & Jason Derulo Join 'Monday Night Football'They will join country singer Hank Williams Jr. perform his iconic hit "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Monday Night."
Must See: Thomas Rhett And Nick Jonas Perform TogetherThomas Rhett with Nick Jonas took the stage together this weekend & blew the crowd away with their performances.
Luke Bryan, Nick Jonas, Cheap Trick & More Will Appear on CMT's 'Crossroads'Bryan is slated to perform with Jason Derulo, his karaoke go to.
Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo Duet on 'Want To Want Me', Karaoke StyleBryan hits the high notes like champ, minus Derulos' famous falsetto which leads him to joke, "Ooo, that's filthy. I can't do that."
Must See: Luke Bryan Teams Up With Jason DeruloThis video will make you smile because it's absolute perfection! Sure, we say that a lot when it comes to anything Luke Bryan, but seriously. Just watch it, and you'll agree.
Keith Urban Hoping To Collaborate With A RapperKeith Urban has successfully released music with Miranda Lambert and Eric Church, so now he's setting his sights on some slightly different artists. The country star has dropped names like Nick Jonas and Pitbull.
Jason Derulo Wrote a Song with Stevie Wonder & Keith Urban & It's Not Bad: ListenIt's called "Broke," and there's harmonica and banjo afoot.