Kenny’s New Dog
Kenny Chesney has a new member in his family. Kenny is the proud owner of a Goldendoodle dog named Pancho, and he couldn’t be more in love with the animal. “A friend gave it to me and said, ‘Here, Kenny, you have to learn to attach to something!’“ Kenny tells People magazine. “God’s honest truth! Now, I love the guy.” Kenny plans to take his new pet everywhere he goes, including on the road with him while he crosses the country with Tim McGraw, Jake Owen on the “Brothers of the Sun” tour. “The plan is to take him on tour,” he reveals. “We’ll see if he’s got what it takes.
Josh Turner Looking for Another Hit With Punching Bag
Even country stars have bad days every now and then. So what’s a guy to do when it feels as though life’s beating him up? If he’s Josh Turner, he crafts it into a song and the title track for his brand new album, Punching Bag.
The double-platinum-selling singer’s just-released album features 11 tracks, two of which Turner wrote on his own and six he co-wrote.
Of the title track, Turner describes it as “a song of motivation. It’s not one of aggression. It’s more about just being able to endure what life throws at you.”
He explains, “The idea for the song came from one of those days that we all have where everything just blows up in your face and nothing goes right.”
After having such a day, Turner vented to his wife Jennifer and said, “I just feel like a punching bag. I feel like life is beating me up.
Goose Dubbed ‘50 Cent’ After Being Shot
An Arkansas veterinarian said a goose named after rapper 50 Cent when he was found to have been shot seven times has become a national celebrity. Dr. Rob Conner of Mountain Home said the goose, which was brought to the All Creatures Veterinary Hospital on May 2nd was X-rayed and vets discovered it had been shot seven times with a pellet gun. The goose became a local celebrity after a story ran in the local paper, and his fame went nationwide when the story was picked up by websites across the country. Conner said 50 Cent will remain at the vet’s office while he recovers from his injuries. After that, he’ll be available for adoption.